It was a rather quiet Sunday considering there are only four days to go before the election.
The parties were on their respective campaign trails and leaders made their final pitches to the morning's political shows and tonight's Channel 4 debate.
Here are the main moments from earlier:
- Speaking at a rally in Colwyn Bay, Wales, Jeremy Corbyn thanked campaigners and canvassers - "very very much, from the bottom of my heart" - who have been door-to-door despite the rain. "Don't let up till 10 o'clock on Thursday night," he told them.
- Many of the Conservatives' cabinet members joined Boris Johnson at his party's headquarters to meet the staff working the phones on behalf of the party - and they had a go themselves. He warned that the "horses can still change places" in the final week of the campaign. "Do not forget what happened in 2017 - we remember. This is a close-fought election," he said.
- In the morning, he told Sky there will not be any checks for goods travelling from Northern Ireland to Great Britain under his Brexit deal. Catch the full story here.
- Jo Swinson said she will not resign if the Lib Dems lose MPs
- And Brexit Party's Nigel Farage revealed that he’s already registered a new political group – the Reform Party – to replace the Brexit Party if the UK leaves the EU.
- The SNP's Nicola Sturgeon said that her “key priority” is stopping Mr Johnson moving into No 10, adding that Jeremy Corbyn will have to look to the SNP for support if Labour fails to secure an overall majority.
Join us tomorrow for more news from the campaign trail.