That's all from the Politics Live team for tonight, at the end of a day which saw education policy at the heart of political debate. The Conservatives announced plans to turn more schools into academies and to "protect" schools spending in "flat cash" terms, although not against inflation. Labour and the Liberal Democrats said the plans represented a "real-terms cut" and that other areas of education spending would be squeezed.
We'll be back at 06:00, with the latest news and comment, including from the Today programme and BBC Breakfast. In the Commons, MPs will debate controversial proposals to allow the creation of babies using DNA from three people.