In Pictures

Election 2015 in pictures: 15 April

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Image caption It's a bus face-off in London, as the election vehicles belonging to the Conservative Party and Liberal Democrats lined up before hitting the campaign trail.
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Image caption Prime Minister David Cameron (second left) is back in a high-visibility jacket on a building site in Edgware.
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Image caption Leader Nick Clegg launched his party's manifesto "Every vote for the Liberal Democrats matters. Only the Liberal Democrats can make sure the next government keeps Britain on track."
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Image caption Former party leader and chairman of the Liberal Democrats 2015 general election team, Paddy Ashdown, gives the thumbs-up to the manifesto launch.
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Image caption UKIP leader Nigel Farage and deputy chairwoman Suzanne Evans posed with a copy of their party's manifesto at its launch in Aveley.
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Image caption In response to a question from the BBC's James Landale, Nigel Farage said UKIP is "unrecognisable" from where it was five years ago.
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Image caption Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy served cakes during a campaign visit to Social Bite, a sandwich shop in Glasgow that gives its profits to good causes.
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Image caption Gloria De Piero, Labour Party candidate in Ashfield, met parents and children at Stockwell Gardens Nursery for the launch of her party's women's manifesto. It includes a pledge to provide more free childcare and leave, both for fathers and grandparents.
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Image caption Mr Clegg also visited a school, meeting pupils at Weston Park Primary School in Hornsey.
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Image caption In Northern Ireland SDLP leader Alasdair McDonnell unveiled his party's manifesto at the Holiday Inn Hotel, Belfast.
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Image caption Shadow chancellor Ed Balls enjoyed a traditional lemon top ice cream while campaigning in Redcar.

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