Here's a quick recap of today's stories:
The main story of the day was the Conservatives' pledge for an extra £8bn a year for the NHS in England by 2020 if they win the election - but Labour said it was an "unfunded" pledge
A late breaking story, which looks set to feature heavily on Sunday, was news that a Conservative government would end inheritance tax on family homes worth up to £1m
Another story that will continue over into Sunday was Labour saying it would slap bigger fines on tax avoiders as part of a plan to raise an £7.5bn a year, if it wins the general election
On the NHS Labour pledged one-to-one midwife care for women during childbirth in its health manifesto for England
Elsewhere, the Liberal Democrats unveiled plans for new laws to protect people's rights online
That's it for tonight folks, we'll be back at 08:00 BST tomorrow.