The Lib Dems warn the UK could be “cut off” after Brexit – the Tories say this is “nonsense”.
Theresa May vows to “take on extremists”, as Jeremy Corbyn promises thousands more police and security staff.
The Labour leader tells the BBC he wants a nuclear-free world and “has never met the IRA”.
The Labour leader will say UK foreign policy must change, as campaigning resumes after the Manchester attack.
Launching the UKIP manifesto, Paul Nuttall says the “cancer” of radical Islam must be “cut out”.
The PM tells the BBC “nothing has changed” after she announces a cap on the costs anyone would face.
Labour says students starting university in England this autumn would not pay fees.
Work and Pensions Secretary Damian Green says £100,000 is “a reasonable inheritance to have”.
Jeremy Corbyn vows to protect pensioners from a Conservative “attack” on their incomes.
Cheap bus passes, housing benefit and help to own a home are part of its offer of a “brighter future”.