There are a lot of homeless, kids on drugs...
On a slightly lighter front, a picture appearing in numerous morning's papers features Mrs May, Mr Corbyn and Mr Farron given a ghoulish makeover for an attraction at Thorpe Park.
Labour was lagging behind the Conservatives by a double-digit margin at the start of the campaign.
Opinion polls show Ms May, from the ruling Conservative Party, ahead of Mr Corbyn following a month of campaigning, but the gap has narrowed in the past week.
"I think it's a shame the Prime Minister decided not to debate".
"He doesn't seem like other politicians where it's just full of fluff and nothing, and constant regurgitation of slogans; he seems to actually mean what he says", said Mr Jason Guy, a 28-year-old insurance worker who joined Labour a week ago after reading Mr Corbyn's manifesto. But the Liberal Democrats claimed the Labour leader could not be trusted on Brexit and attacked the Prime Minister's performance. "Too many people run away from the grotesque levels of income and wealth inequality that exist in the United States, that exist in the UK, and I believe we will never make the kinds of changes that we needs unless we take on this issue of income and wealth inequality and create an economy that works for all of us".
"Labour will crack down on rogue bosses recruiting agency workers from overseas and invest in skills to meet the needs of new industries, the NHS and other public services".
He said: "If we did use it, millions are going to die".
Ms Long-Bailey, seen as a rising star in the party, said Labour's first industrial mission will be to ensure that 60% of United Kingdom energy comes from low carbon or renewable sources by 2020. Given how wrong United Kingdom pollsters were in both the 2015 general election and the Brexit referendum previous year, it's no longer inconceivable that May's Tories will end up losing seats in the House of Commons next week, rather than building on their majority, as May had hoped when she gambled on a snap election six weeks ago.
He said Labour would be seeking a deal with the European Union that would "transform Britain into a country with the strongest rights and protections". "It is the worst of all deals, because it would leave us with World Trade Organisation tariffs and restrictions instead of the access to European markets we need".
Even the professional pollsters are struggling to read the likely outcome - "estimates are all over the place", says the Daily Telegraph's Asa Bennett.
"No deal is in fact a bad deal".
In a bid to attract "White Van Men" voters, Mr Corbyn said Labour will not raise national insurance for the self-employed. I know that if we set our collective national energies on a task, our country can achieve great things. It's going to happen.
Match-up polling during the U.S. primaries show Mr Sanders comfortably beating Donald Trump, though the pair never faced off at an election. "The country is coming together but Westminster is not", she said at the time. Just imagine you were running for Prime Minister and those pics came out...