Joey Essex and Nigel Farage
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General Election 2015: Day 10 of the campaign

Tuesday's campaigning was dominated by the issue of non-domicile status, which allows some people to limit the amount of tax they pay on non-UK earnings.

Ed Miliband said the non-dom rules were "indefensible" and axing them would raise "hundreds of millions" in tax.

But this seemed to contradict an interview shadow chancellor Ed Balls had given in January when he spoke against scrapping the rule, and the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats were quick to point out the discrepancy.

The Conservatives promised resits for pupils failing Sats tests at primary school.

And after meeting Nick Clegg last week, Joey Essex met up with Nigel Farage in Grimsby.

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