In Pictures

Election 2015 in pictures: 7 April

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Image caption The Chancellor, George Osborne, laid out what he thought of Labour's fiscal plans, claiming they would result in £15bn of annual tax rises.
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Image caption Former Prime Minister Tony Blair gave a speech in his old constituency of Sedgefield, offering his support to the current Labour leader Ed Miliband. He said: "Just so that you understand this and get this fully, I support him 100% to lead our party to victory at the next election."
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Image caption Nigel Farage of UKIP was snapped leaving an election event in Carrick.
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Image caption Ed Miliband arrived in Bristol where he held a Q&A session, during which he announced "My philosophy is simple - when working people succeed, the country succeeds."
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Image caption Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon signs the back of Sam Davidson's T-shirt following a speech in Livingstone, setting out the SNP's plans to reduce child poverty.
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Image caption One SNP supporter is proud to show off where their loyalty lies.
Image caption Mr Farage showed off his UKIP cupcake for the cameras before tucking in.
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Image caption Mr Cameron who is on a whistle-stop tour of the UK dropped into the Game of Thrones set in Belfast, where he appeared to select his weapon of choice.
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Image caption Following his speech, Mr Blair toured the construction site of the Hitachi Trains Europe factory.
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Image caption Nick Clegg has been busy today, painting a wall at a theatre in Stockport and then pulling pints of "Janice" at the Platform One pub in Romiley.
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Image caption Rolling pins at dawn. Here Mr and Mrs Cameron help to make Steak, Ale and Stilton pies at Brains Brewery in Cardiff.
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Image caption Nigel Farage enjoyed a cup of tea with World War Two veteran William Curtis after giving a speech on defence at Himley Hall, near Dudley.

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