A quick recap of today's events.
- David Cameron confirmed to the BBC that up to £4bn worth of Lloyds Bank shares will be offered to small investors at below-market prices if the Conservatives win the election.
- UKIP leader Nigel Farage claimed the bombing of Libya by the UK and France has "directly caused" migrant disasters in the Mediterranean Sea, after a boat carrying up to 700 migrants capsized.
- Other parties reacted angrily to Mr Farage's comments. The Conservatives accused him of making "cheap political points" while Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg said he had no regrets over Libya. Labour called on the government to support EU search and rescue operations in the Mediterranean.
- Nicola Sturgeon said SNP MPs would be a "constructive" force at Westminster after the election, dismissing David Cameron's claim that they would be "coming to Westminster to break up our country" - and a Labour claim that the Tories and SNP wanted each other to do well.
- Tomorrow is the last chance to register to vote in the general election. Register online here.
- And finally, here's another chance to see Labour leader Ed Miliband mobbed by a hen party on the campaign trail in Chester.
That's all from us now. We'll be back tomorrow with all the latest from 0600. Goodnight.