We're wrapping things up for the evening, so here's a brief catch-up on the main events of today:
- Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn clashed over Brexit, the NHS, security and trust in the final head-to-head debate before polling day on 12 December
- Mr Corbyn presented himself as the candidate for "real change", promising a government as radical as the one that built the NHS
- Mr Johnson said the public faced a choice between a "chaotic" Labour-SNP government and one that would "get Brexit done" and allow the country to "move on"
- Mr Johnson said he was not aware of a British diplomat who resigned over having to "peddle half-truths" on Brexit
- And he said claims documents there would be customs checks and restrictions on trade between Britain and Northern Ireland after his Brexit deal were "not true"
- Those suggestions were brought to light by Mr Corbyn in leaked documents earlier today
- After the debate, Lib Dem spokesman Tom Brake said the party was still fighting, despite tough polling figures, and would "take seats from the Conservatives" on election night
- SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon said both Mr Johnson and Mr Corbyn were "uninspiring" and "unsuited to be PM". The Greens Amelia Womack lamented the lack of focus on climate change in the debate
- Elsewhere, former prime ministers Tony Blair and John Major addressed the Vote for a Final Say rally, where supporters of another EU referendum were calling for tactical voting to block a Conservative majority
Thank you so much for joining us - back again tomorrow...