Before we sign off, a quick look at the day's election news:
- The Labour leader, Ed Miliband said he was ready to lead the country as he unveiled Labour's general election manifesto . He said all policies were costed and would not require additional borrowing
- There were few policy surprises in the manifesto. Instead, the aim was to establish Labour's economic credentials and accuse the Conservatives of making unfunded pledges
- David Cameron dismissed the suggestion that Labour could deliver their promises without borrowing more - describing their pledge of fiscal responsibility as "not a conversion, but a con"
- Nick Clegg compared Labour's assertion that they have no plans for additional borrowing to "an alcoholic who consumes a bottle of vodka every day, saying they have no plans to drink more vodka"
- The Conservatives also got a bashing from Nick Clegg, who said he would refuse to go into coalition with the Tories if they insisted on £12bn in welfare cuts.
- The Greens unveiled their national campaign poster , saying the time for "half measures" was over
- The leader of UKIP has encouraged people to vote tactically in the election
- The Conservatives will say - at their manifesto launch on Tuesday- that they would extend the right-to-buy to housing association tenants in England