In Pictures

Election 2015 in pictures: 24 April

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Image caption Party leaders have been trying their hand at arts and crafts during this election campaign and Nicola Sturgeon of the SNP in the latest to do so. Seen here with Kitty MacDonald at a ceramic painting studio in Glasgow.
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Image caption Labour leader Ed Miliband took on foreign policy. In a speech at Chatham House, he called for an end to the "small-minded isolationism" that he says has characterised this government. He added that David Cameron has presided over the biggest loss of UK influence in a generation.
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Image caption Former Foreign Secretary William Hague (right), who is bowing out of politics after this election, was on stage with Prime Minister David Cameron. Mr Hague responded to Mr Miliband's speech, he said: "Foreign policy is not something you can just discover 13 days before polling day. This is the first time in five years that Ed Miliband has troubled himself to give a full length speech on foreign policy."
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Image caption Leanne Wood took the Plaid Cymru campaign to the Aberystwyth Arts Centre where she called for the creation of a Youth Parliament for Wales and votes at 16 for the Welsh Assembly, as she urged young people to make their voices heard.
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Image caption Mayor of London Boris Johnson was told that a survey had found he was the politician most married women would like a fling with. He replied: "I don't think it's going to be the fulcrum on which this election is going to turn."
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Image caption Press photographers are angry about a ban on taking pictures of the back entrance to Downing Street on privacy grounds. Professional photographers say they have been told they will be "moved on" by police if they try to take shots from Horse Guards Road in Whitehall.
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Image caption Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg was joined by his wife, Miriam Gonzalez Durantez, as he campaigned at The Devonshire Arms in Sheffield.

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