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In Pictures: Johnson changes a tyre while Corbyn gets a haircut

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The Prime Minister was in Milton Keynes while the Labour leader visited Nottingham.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson paid a visit to Red Bull Racing in the key election battleground of Milton Keynes as Jeremy Corbyn addressed a rally in Nottingham.

Boris Johnson
Boris Johnson visited Red Bull Racing (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Boris Johnson
The Prime Minister attempted a tyre change (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Boris Johnson
Mr Johnson donned a pair of headphones (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Boris Johnson
Red Bull Racing is in the key constituency of Milton Keynes South (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Protester glued to bus
Extinction Rebellion protesters dressed as bees glue themselves to Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson’s battle bus (Aaron Chown/PA)
Jo Swinson
Ms Swinson spoke to the protesters (Aaron Chown/PA)
Protester led off by police
A protester was eventually led away by police officers (Aaron Chown/PA)

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Jo Swinson
Ms Swinson played pool during a visit to Knights Youth Centre in London (Aaron Chown/PA)
John McDonnell
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell delivered a speech on the economy at a campaign event in Birmingham (Jacob King/PA)
Jeremy Corbyn
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, meanwhile, addressed a crowd of supporters next to a statue of Robin Hood in Nottingham (Joe Giddens/PA)
Jeremy Corbyn
Mr Corbyn will be hoping Labour can hang onto marginal seats in the East Midlands (Joe Giddens/PA)

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Jeremy Corbyn
The Labour leader found time for a quick trim (Joe Giddens/PA)
Nigel Farage
Nigel Farage held a Brexit Party rally in Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire (Matthew Cooper/PA)
Nicola Sturgeon
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon joined the party’s candidate for Midlothian, Owen Thompson, during a visit to a nursery in Dalkeith (Andrew Milligan/PA)
Colum Eastwood
SDLP leader Colum Eastwood at the launch of his party’s manifesto in Derry City (Liam McBurney/PA)
Ulster Unionist Party members
The Ulster Unionist Party launched its manifesto in Belfast (Rebecca Black/PA)

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