- The Conservatives are standing by an attack on Ed Miliband over claims he could do a deal with the SNP on Trident nuclear weapons that Labour said had dragged politics "into the gutter"
- Prime Minister David Cameron has welcomed announcements of 16,000 new apprenticeships , saying he wants the qualifications to be "level pegging" with university degrees
- Labour said teenagers will be guaranteed face-to-face individual careers advice if they form the next government
- Meanwhile, UKIP has admitted it is "lagging" behind with women voters and that the party sometimes resembles a "rugby club on tour"
- The Lib Dem campaign bus made the news after it arrived in Poole, Dorset, and accidentally killed a pigeon
- Later in the day, UKIP candidate Patricia Culligan was forced to apologise after she appeared to question the cost to the NHS of treating British people who are HIV positive
That's it for tonight folks, see you at 06:00 BST tomorrow.