In Pictures

Election 2015 in pictures: 23 April

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Image caption The Liberal Democrats took their campaign message to Wales, crossing the River Usk in Crickhowell, Powys.
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Image caption Speaking to activists in Bronllys, in the Brecon and Radnorshire constituency, Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg said: "I have been driving around and seeing the poster war. I have even seen fields where there are both Liberal Democrat and Conservative posters, for those local farmers who are hedging their bets."
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Image caption Prime Minister David Cameron took the sleeper train to Penzance, Cornwall, where he promised £7.2bn in investment for transport in the south west of England and a plan to create jobs and fund apprenticeships.
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Image caption The prime minister also promised "year-on-year" investment in the NHS. He said: "The Cornish NHS is precious to your families. It's pretty precious to my family. I had a baby right here in Cornwall."
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Image caption Scottish Labour Leader Jim Murphy held a street rally on Princess Street in Edinburgh.
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Image caption As is the style this year, Dame Dixon, the Monster Raving Looney Party candidate for the Hove and Portslade constituency, invited the cameras into his kitchen before campaigning for votes.
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Image caption Musician Brian May led a suffragette-themed march on Parliament to launch a "Votes for Animals" campaign by his Common Decency organisation.
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Image caption Labour Party leader Ed Miliband posed for a picture in Nuneaton, Warwickshire. Earlier he appeared on ITV's Lorraine Kelly programme, saying: "I'm not trying to win a photo opportunity competition, and if I did, I probably wouldn't win it."
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Image caption Mr Miliband also said: "I'm enjoying this campaign... I'm relishing being out there talking to people."
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Image caption Ruth Davidson, leader of the Scottish Conservatives, attempted a tune on the bagpipes belonging to piper Peter Wade while out campaigning in Edinburgh.

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