David Cameron is in Cornwall again today, setting out his 'Plan for Working People'.
The Conservatives say they want to create 15,000 more jobs in the county.
The Prime Minister is also expected to announce the party's support for a new stadium in Cornwall, more enterprise zones and improvements to local roads, and invest £7.2 billion in the region's transport systems.
Tune in at 6pm tonight to see Ian Axton's interview with the Conservative leader.
The Prime Minister had a straight choice this morning on one of the region's biggest issues - and got it wrong.
When trying to recall whether, in Devon, cream goes on the scone before or after the jam David Cameron guessed jam first and was quickly put right!
Mr Cameron did get it right though when eating his early morning cream tea just an hour later in Barnstaple after a meeting with party activists.
The Prime Minister even paid the bill!
The Prime Minister is due to make his first visit to Devon since the start of the election campaign.
David Cameron was in Cornwall earlier this week when he attended a rally in Wadebridge. He's expected to talk about the Conservative's plans to encourage volunteering.
The South West is a key battleground in the General Election which is less than a month away.
The Chancellor says it is "absolutely unacceptable" for Labour leader Ed Miliband to 'stab the country in the back' over Trident.
Chancellor George Osborne met apprentices during a trip to a mechanic's shop in St Austell this morning.
He's claimed to have fixed the economy, but can he fix a car?
West Country Conservatives are heading home at the end of their party conference in Manchester, where Prime Minister David Cameron told them to "stick with it and finish the job".
He even managed a joke about those pictures of him bare-chested on holiday in Cornwall.
Our political correspondent Bob Constantine has been getting reaction:
At the Conservative Party Conference today, the Prime Minister insisted the controversial badger cull taking place in parts of Somerset and Gloucestershire WAS scientifically based.
When David Cameron spoke to to our political correspondent Bob Constantine he also promised to take up a complaint by a Devon pensioner...
Following Labour's success in Plymouth, where they gained 6 seats to take control of the council, outgoing Plymouth Conservative Council leader Vivien Pengelly says the Cameron government is to blame for Labour gaining control and will be making her feelings known to the PM.
The make-up of the council is now: Labour 31, Conservatives 26.