Of course all members of the shadow cabinet will be travelling the length and breadth of the country during the campaign, but there will doubtless be particular interest in the constituencies which David Cameron visits. This will be a record of those visits (N.B. Target numbers are based on the figures of the notional majorities calculated by Profs Rallings and Thrasher at the University of Plymouth).
Wednesday 5th May
Mr Cameron campaigned through the night, meeting night shift workers at WEC Engineering’s base in Rossendale and Darwen (Target 77), another visit to Ed Balls' Morley and Outwood seat (Target 196), where he went to a Morrisons supermarket distribution centre. By dawn he was with fishermen in the fishing port of Great Grimsby (Target 214). Then it was on to Nottinghamshire, visiting the Sir John Sherbrooke Junior School in Calverton in the Sherwood constituency (Target 152). By lunchtime he had travelled across to the West MIdlands to visit an ambulance station in Dudley North (Target 106). It was then on to Wales, where he paid a mid-afternoon visit to a school, Ysgol Daffyd Llwyd, in Montgomeryshire (Target 210) - meaning he has visited all four constituent parts of the UK in the last 24 hours. It was then on to Bristol for a final campaign rally (pictured) at Brunel's Old Station in the Bristol West consituency, whcih borders more marginal Bristol North West (Target 54) and Bristol East (Target 170).
Tuesday 4th May
The day began with campaigning in Hendon (Target 73) for Matthew Offord, after which Mr Cameron flew to Northern Ireland to speak at a rally in Strangford, County Down. It is the seat that was held by Iris Robinson in the last Parliament for the DUP, but is being contested by Mike Nesbitt for the Conservaitves and Unionists at this election. It was then back in the air to travel to a rally in Renfrewshire East (Target 138) to support Richard Cook. He then travelled down the motorway to Carlisle (Target 132) where he visited night shift workers at the Carlisle Fire and Rescue station (pictured).
Monday 3rd May
A bank holiday, but a busy day for David Cameron, which started at the Chepstow Community Garden in Blackpool North and Cleveleys (Target 79) with local candidate Paul Maynard. He then went back to London where he visited the City of London Academy in the Bermondsey and Old Southwark constituency with Boris Johnson, Jeremy Hunt, Hugh Robertson and sports stars Gavin Hastings and James Cracknell to promote an Olympics-style school sports competition. He then addressed the Citizens UK Assembly in Westminster before being interviewed for Sky News by Adam Boulton - after which he addressed a rally in Feltham in the Feltham and Heston seat (Target 182) where Mark Bowen is the Tory candidate.
Sunday 2nd May
After being interviewed by Andrew Marr, David Cameron headed for Cornwall, where he addressed a rally of supporters in Newquay in the new St Austell and Newquay (Target 119) constituency being contested by Caroline Righton. He then went up to North Wales where he went campaigning at a Tesco store in Holywell in Delyn (Target 186) with local candidate Antoinette Sandbach.
Saturday 1st May
The first visit of the day was to the Lister General Hospital in Stevenage (Target 72) with candidate Stephen McPartland. He then spent some time campaigning in Woodstock in his own Witney constituency before going to Dagenham and Rainham (Target 151) where he visited the Rush Green Medical Centre before addressing a party rally with locsal candidate Simon Jones.