Boris Johnson has arrived in Wales to launch the Conservatives' Welsh manifesto for the general election.
The prime minister will promise an "ambitious" growth deal to create an economic boost for communities living along the Wales-England border.
Nigel Farage has unveiled the Brexit Party's general election policies, promising a "political revolution that puts ordinary people first".
The party leader pledged to halve the foreign aid budget, abolish the House of Lords and cap
Labour has launched its general election manifesto, promising to "transform" the UK and to renationalise rail, mail, water and energy.
Leader Jeremy Corbyn also promised "a green transformation" of the economy, but a pledge
Stopping Brexit will free up £50bn to spend on public services and reducing inequality, Jo Swinson will say as she unveils the Liberal Democrat manifesto.
The boost to economic growth which it says the UK will get from staying
Planned cuts to corporation tax next April are to be put on hold, Boris Johnson has told business leaders, with the money being spent on the NHS.
The rate paid by firms on their profits was due to fall from 19% to 17%.
Labour has promised "investment on a scale never seen before" to overhaul infrastructure in all areas of the UK.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell says he wants to transfer power and money out of the