It's time for us to say goodnight after another busy day in the election campaign. But before we sign off and head home for sleep, we'll leave you with a quick round-up of today's main political news. Thanks for joining us - and see you tomorrow.
- Growth in the UK economy slowed in the first three months of the year, according to official figures
- David Cameron vows that a Conservative government would use bank fines to fund 50,000 apprenticeships
- Ed Miliband pledges a 10-point plan to reform the immigration system
- Nick Clegg said the Lib Dems would not enter into another coalition unless an emergency "stability budget" was held within 50 days
- A group of ex-senior military officials has said any decision not to renew the UK's nuclear weapons programme would be "irresponsible folly"
- Average incomes are set to fall over the next five years regardless of who leads the new government, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies
- The Green Party pledged to double child benefit to £40 a week
- Nigel Farage said he was "bored" with the media's "obsession" that depicted UKIP as a racist party
- Ed Miliband was interviewed by Russell Brand , which prompted much discussion in the newspapers