And that's a wrap!
Labour is fielding the greatest proportion of women candidates of all the main parties: 41%, up from 34% in 2015. The main opposition Labour Party had just over 1,000 seats, a net loss of 340, and lost control of five councils.
"That will take for the duration of the franchises".
The National Pensioners Convention (NPC) welcomed Labour's announcement to keep the triple lock and said it would reassure millions of older people concerned about it being scrapped.
"I think what Jeremy Corbyn is showing is the continuing immature, anti-Americanism of many of his strain in the Labour Party".
However, responding to the speech, Mr Farron said Mr Corbyn "has shown beyond all doubt that he would put Britain's security at risk". It is a culture of pomp, an unelected upper house, titles signifying social differences and a "how we won the war" media.
Keen to get beyond campaign slogans, I quizzed Lowe on what she had been hearing on doorsteps and, crucially, why people in Coventry, who had for generations been brought up to vote Labour, were going to the Conservatives.
A draft of the party's policies leaked late on Wednesday and has raised eyebrows across the board, drawing praise and mockery in equal measure.
"This kind of support is vital not only for today's pensioners, but also for the pensioners of tomorrow".
The Labour leader said he would honor Britain's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation commitment to spend 2 percent of its GDP on defense.
Mr Corbyn, a former chairman of the Stop the War coalition, said: "The best defence for Britain is a government actively engaged in seeking peaceful solutions to the world's problems".
As Labour sources suggested a party split if Mr Corbyn tried to stay on after defeat, Harry Fletcher, a one-time member of the party leader's inner circle, said: "My understanding is that he would stay on, unless it was a total disaster..."
The measures, being set out by Mr Corbyn and shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth, will see Labour commit to meeting the existing 18-week waiting list target and the four-hour A&E goal.
"And pandering to an erratic Trump administration will not deliver stability", he added, in reference to May's "strong and stable leadership" election campaign mantra.
"A Labour Government will want a strong and friendly relationship with the United States".
But while he made it clear that he would be willing to consider "military action" in "some circumstances", he did not confirm whether he would be prepared to use Trident or back its renewal if elected as Prime Minister.
Labour highlighted figures indicating 300,000 more pensioners were in relative poverty than in 2010, when Mr Cameron entered Number 10.
On the Right, there is (on the whole) a silent, seething anger and a determination to remove Jeremy Corbyn as soon as possible after the election. No prime minister should ever be given a blank cheque.
The decision to campaign on a different platform from their leader underscores deep divisions within Labour around Brexit and Corbyn's decision to shift the party back towards its socialist roots and away from the political centre ground.
The report claimed Theresa May was "not amused" that Davis highlighted a legal challenge against the Government when he was a backbench MP over the UK's surveillance powers in the European courts. But he went further and said a vote for the Tories was a vote for war. "I don't normally get involved in politics, although I have voted, I think, in every election that I've been able to", he said. With UKIP not standing in vast swathes of Britain, I'm beginning to see why polls showing the Conservatives on 42% of the vote or more may be correct.
He said he supported military action "as a genuine last resort" but accused recent British and US governments of "bomb first, talk later" policies.style="text-align: center;"