In Pictures

Election 2015 in pictures: 1 May

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Image caption It was the turn of UKIP leader Nigel Farage to take to the sofa for the ITV breakfast programme Good Morning Britain with Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway. Speaking to the Today programme on BBC Radio 4, he said: "We started as a protest movement against Britain's membership of the EU. We've moved on from that."
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Image caption Labour Party leader Ed Miliband was in Wales this morning. He told Labour party activists that he was counting on them in the next six days, adding: "Then you can count on me."
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Image caption Where's David? In the middle of the Asda HQ in Leeds, PM David Cameron said he made no apologies for raising fears about the alternative to a Conservative government - Labour plus the SNP - which he says would be Ed Miliband propped up by the SNP, not governing for the whole country.
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Image caption Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg was in Manchester where he insisted he would not lead his party into government without clear commitments from a larger party for full and fair funding of the NHS.
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Image caption The leader of the Official Monster Raving Loony Party, Alan Howling Laud Hope, posed for a group of photographers on his way to give a television interview in London.
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Image caption Scottish Labour Party leader Jim Murphy was put to work during a visit to a Honda dealership in Paisley.

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