Nigel Farage has defended his comments on foreign HIV patients during last night's TV debate, following criticism from other party leaders.
The Ukip leader said he presented "hard, cold facts" on the number of non-British nationals being treated for the virus.
"I am showing a way where we could save between £1-and-£2 billion by not allowing very expensive drugs to be given to non-British nationals when there are people here suffering from cancer and other problems that need treatment."
He also played down talk of a coalition between Ukip and the Conservatives, and says it appears likely that the next government could be comprised of three parties.
"I think it is impossible to predict at the moment what the arithmetical mix is going to be," he added.
Last night there wasn't one particular knockout blow but the political landscape in Britain does seem to be shifting.
Another day on the election trail and the campaign catchphrase is starting to bite.
Leaders' Debate shows was how our political horizon has suddenly changed as smaller parties did all they could to make themselves heard.