In Pictures

Election 2015 in pictures: 20 April

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Image caption Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg appeared with Lorraine Kelly on her morning programme on ITV. Mr Clegg emphasised how much he enjoys campaigning, and said he was "really proud" of what his party had achieved in office.
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Image caption In Belfast, Jonathan Bell of the DUP was out campaigning and meeting supporters.
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Image caption Prime Minister David Cameron told an audience in Crewe that voters could be "sleepwalking" towards an election outcome which would put government into deadlock and bring the recovery to a halt. Mr Cameron appeared with Chancellor George Osborne.
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Image caption SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon launched the Scottish National Party (SNP) manifesto in Edinburgh, and promised to represent the interests of voters across the UK, if her party wins influence at Westminster.
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Image caption Ms Sturgeon said: "The pledge I make to the Scottish people is this. If you vote SNP on 7 May, we will make your voice heard more loudly and clearly than it has ever been heard before at Westminster."
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Image caption Shadow health secretary Andy Burnham was at a Labour party poster launch. Earlier he told the BBC that the NHS couldn't afford five more years of a Conservative government.
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Image caption Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams helped launch the manifesto for his party which is seeking an extra £1.5bn spending power for Northern Ireland in any negotiations with an incoming British government.

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