You may have seen overnight that the Conservatives have claimed to have "matched" our £8bn spending commitment on the NHS.
Let me be clear. This commitment from the Tories is completely unfunded, so it is no commitment at all.
Lib Dems have launched plans for a £2.5bn "Care Closer to Home" fund. It's designed to help people stay healthier for longer and avoid hospital admissions by investing in care for people in their own homes, GP surgeries, care homes and community clinics.
This £500 million a year plan will put into reality the vision of NHS Chief Executive Simon Stevens which he outlined in his Five Year Forward View for the NHS.
Many of you may notice a difference in your payslip this month. That's because on Monday 6 April the personal tax allowance was increased to £10,600. This means that during this Parliament the Liberal Democrats will have delivered a tax cut worth £825 for most workers in Watford and Three Rivers.