David Cameron has been enjoying a barbecue in Dorset today - but he wasn't relaxing from the campaign trail.
He met constituents at Lytchett Matravers where topics on conversation included the new pension plans which came into force today. The tories are targetting the Mid Dorset and North Poole seat, currently held by the Liberal Democrats with a majority of just 269 votes.
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Theresa May has said that she believes the Prime Minister will do very well in tomorrow's live leaders' debate.
The Home Secretary added that David Cameron was preparing the head to head with leaders from the other main parties.
Day two of the election campaign and amid claims and counterclaims about spending plans and taxes, the man from the Treasury was down on the Sussex coast.
George Osborne wasn't with the bankers and the financiers: he was at a pizza parlour in Hove. His message was that his party's been good for the economy and good for employment.
This afternoon, as B&Q announced they're closing up to 60 stores, Pizza Express announced two-and-a-half thousand new jobs.
Andy Dickenson reports.