In Pictures: From bricklaying to sheep-shearing as campaigning continues

The party leaders didn’t shy away from getting their hands dirty on Monday, with Jeremy Corbyn showing off his bricklaying skills and Boris Johnson trimming a sheep at the Royal Welsh Showground.

Jeremy Corbyn meets Waspi supporters
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn met a group of Waspi (Women against state pension inequality) supporters in Renishaw, Sheffield (Joe Giddens/PA)
Jeremy Corbyn
Mr Corbyn took pictures with supporters during his visit to Yorkshire (Joe Giddens/PA)
Jeremy Corbyn
The Labour leader tried his hand at bricklaying during a visit to the West Nottinghamshire College Construction Centre in Ashfield (Joe Giddens/PA)
Chuka Umunna
Meanwhile, Chuka Umunna gave a speech on Liberal Democrat foreign policy at Watford Football Club (Aaron Chown/PA)
Chuka Umunna was out canvassing in Watford
Mr Umunna was out canvassing in Watford (Aaron Chown/PA)
Matt Hancock and Nicky Morgan
Matt Hancock and Nicky Morgan attended the launch of a Tory campaign poster (Yui Mok/PA)
Boris Johnson
Boris Johnson trimmed a sheep at the Royal Welsh Showground, in Llanelwedd, Builth Wells (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Boris Johnson
The Prime Minister served hot snacks during his visit (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Boris Johnson
Taking the bull by the… rope, Mr Johnson got hands-on at the show (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Boris Johnson later launched the Conservative Party Welsh manifesto in Wrexham
He later launched the Conservatives’ Welsh manifesto in Wrexham (Jacob King/PA)
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