"My investment programmes in transport, housing and regeneration...is going to create 200,000 jobs over the next four years," London's Conservative mayoral incumbent told Lucy Manning, touring a Docklands development site.
"The mood out there is incredible," Labour's London mayoral candidate Ken Livingstone told Lucy Manning.
"I'm a genuine socialist: if I'm elected, you will notice a difference," he said.
Labour leader Ed Miliband and shadow chancellor Ed Balls will hit the campaign trail in Birmingham later today, hosting a Q&A session together in the second city.
Meanwhile London's mayoral candidates will step up their canvassing with just two days left until polling begins.
Labour leader Ed Miliband was not willing to speculate on how many seats his party could win in the upcoming local elections saying "I'm not in the forecasting business".
Ed Miliband has told ITV News he is not in the business of forecasting how many seats his party will win in Thursday's local elections. But the Labour leader said the message was clear and his was the party 'there for people in tough times'.