That's the end of today's live coverage of the general election campaign.
Tuesday's headlines included:
- Labour's shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth apologised to his party after a secret recording was released of him criticising leader Jeremy Corbyn
- Mr Corbyn said he's "cool" with Mr Ashworth - but our political editor Laura Kuenssberg said it's Labour's turn to be on the back foot after the Conservatives had a bad day yesterday
- The cause of the Tories' bad day - a photo of a sick four-year-old boy sleeping on a hospital floor - has become the centre of a misinformation war. Fake social media posts were widely circulated claiming that the photo of the boy were staged. We unpick the details here
- Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson has said voters need to decide whether Britain is "open or closed" - in her latest call to stop Brexit
- Political leaders in Northern Ireland and Scotland have taken part in separate TV debates this evening
- In the Scottish debate, SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon defended her view that Brexit meant there was cause for indyref2
- Meanwhile, the BBC has learned the shipping industry is drawing up plans for EU border checks in Britain for trade bound for Northern Ireland
- And the Green Party has been promoting its plans to scrap tuition fees and write off student debt
Join us tomorrow for the final day of campaigning before the UK heads to the polls on Thursday.