Another hectic day - started with Andrew Lansley, the Shadow Secretary of State for Health, joining Jason Hadden, Richard Ottaway (the Conservative candidates for Croydon North and Croydon South) and I to visit the Accident & Emergency Department and a stroke ward at Mayday, during which he made clear his opposition to NHS London's plans to downgrade our hospital and his support for a hyper-acute stroke unit at Mayday.
Andrew - who is travelling round the country in a very discreet NHyes van - then joined us for some canvassing in Shirley. Very strong response once again, continuing the trend from Thursday and Friday.
David Cameron today made it clear that a Conservative Government will change the law to require a General Election to be held within six months of a change of Prime Minister. This will ensure we don't have a repeat of the situation where we have been stuck with Gordon Brown for nearly three years despite no-one ever having voted for him.
Meanwhile, in perhaps the most bizarre stunt of the campaign so far, Labour decided to have Gordon Brown appear with an Elvis impersonator...