That's all for today's live coverage of the general election campaign.
Key developments on Tuesday included:
- Donald Trump sought to repudiate claims he is eyeing up the NHS in a future post-Brexit trade deal with the UK
- On a visit to London, the US President said he had no interest in using any deal to increase US firms' market access to the health service - but Labour said his comments did not address their concerns
- SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon and Lib Dems leader Jo Swinson said they did not trust the president over the NHS issue
- Mr Trump said he was resisting the temptation to get involved in British politics
- On Electioncast this evening, the BBC's Emily Maitlis looked at whether or not Mr Trump's presence in the UK could effect the election
- Boris Johnson has attempted to contrast his support for Nato with Jeremy Corbyn's more ambivalent historic attitude towards the defence alliance, as world leaders marked its 70th anniversary in London
- The Labour leader has apologised for the first time during the campaign for failings in the party's handling of anti-Semitism claims
- And the Lib Dems have suspended a staff member over a "faked" email
- Plaid Cymru's leader Adam Price said UK Labour's attitude to Wales "borders on contempt"
There are just nine days to go until the UK goes to the polls.
Join us tomorrow for more updates on all things election.