Here are the best and worst moments for both leaders during the hour-long head-to-head debate.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn clashed over their rival plans for Brexit in a series of heated exchanges in the first televised debate of the General Election.
Jeremy Corbyn has dismissed Boris Johnson’s pledge to “get Brexit done” by the end of January as “nonsense”.
Nicola Sturgeon has branded Boris Johnson a “scaredy-cat” over his refusal to debate her, saying she would face him “any time, any place”.
Boris Johnson tried his hand at boxing as he visited a gym in Manchester, revealing he “loves” the sport.
Boris Johnson has vowed to “come down hard” on the “scourge” of knife crime if the Tories win a majority at the General Election, with a pledge to immediately arrest and promptly charge anyone caught unlawfully with a blade.
The main party leaders have been criss-crossing the country for nearly three weeks, but there is one type of constituency they have yet to visit on the campaign: a Liberal Democrat seat.
Businesswoman Jennifer Arcuri, whose links to the Prime Minister have come under scrutiny, has called for Boris Johnson to personally apologise to her.
Boris Johnson will cut employers’ National Insurance as part of a range of tax cuts as he seeks to get the business community back on side.
The Prime Minister will tell business leaders the Tories will put an end to Brexit “uncertainty and confusion” if they are returned to power on December 12.
The SNP said its exclusion from the ITV General Election debate is depriving voters of the chance to make their own decisions.