This time next week, the votes will be in and the ballot boxes will be on their way to be counted.
In case you missed any of today's developments, here's a summary:
- This morning there was plenty of reaction to Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson's apology for voting for austerity measures during her time as a minister in the Tory-led coalition government
- She was at a rally this evening where she took part in a "topple Boris" game
- We spent time focusing on Croydon Central as a key marginal constituency in this election
- There was reaction throughout the day to leaked statements about the Labour Party's handling of anti-Semitism by 70 serving and ex-Labour officials
- Leader Jeremy Corbyn visited schools in the West Midlands and held a rally in Birmingham this evening - all part of his promotion of Labour's extra education pledges
- Meanwhile, Boris Johnson promised to pass his Brexit deal and bring a Budget within 100 days if he is re-elected PM
- SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon launched a week-long tour in her campaign bus as she declared there were seven days left to stop Brexit
- And Nigel Farage hit out at MEPs who quit his Brexit Party to support the Conservatives
- Mr Farage was grilled by the BBC's Andrew Neil - we've fact-checked some of the claims he made during the 30-minute programme
- At the end of that show, Neil issued a challenge to Boris Johnson to agree to a sit-down interview with him, in the same way every other party leader has
That's the end of our live coverage for tonight - join us tomorrow for more live page fun.