If you've not had a chance to follow our live blog today, here's a quick round-up of what has happened:
Political leaders continued setting out the key messages of their election campaigns ahead of the formal closure of Parliament next Wednesday.
Among them was Nigel Farage, who launched the Brexit Party's campaign in Westminster.
In his speech, the party leader called for the Conservatives to build a "leave alliance" with his party with the aim of achieving a majority in Parliament.
He called on Prime Minister Boris Johnson to drop his Brexit deal or face Brexit Party candidates in every seat.
But a Tory source later dismissed the possibility of the party working with him, saying voting for Mr Farage "risks letting Jeremy Corbyn into Downing Street".
Also on the campaign trail was Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland's First Minister and leader of the SNP, who visited Edinburgh North and Leith, a three-way marginal seat.
After President Donald Trump's radio interview with Mr Farage yesterday, the issue of whether US firms could have access to the NHS under a post-Brexit US-UK trade deal has been a key feature of today's campaigning.
You can read BBC health editor Hugh Pym's piece on "Could the NHS be up for sale?" here.
Elsewhere, the government was accused of using public funds to target voters in key general election constituencies in with Facebook ads.