'Our NHS is under the biggest threat ever of its life'
'Our NHS is under the biggest threat ever of its life'
Despite the country facing the existential crisis of climate change, a desperately unequal society and an uncertain future with Europe most people are happy to put their faith in a party that promises simply to ‘get Brexit done’.
Total payday lending reached a phenomenal £1.2billion in 2018, according to Financial Conduct Authority figures.
The sports presenters were discussing reports emerging of racial monkey gestures that appear to be from a Manchester City fan to Manchester United’s Fred and Jesse Lingard during Saturday’s Manchester derby at the Etihad Stadium.
Questions about Boris Johnson’s lack of trustworthiness have dogged the election campaign.
Tony Blair joined his former adversaries to warn: "Such a Conservative Party does not deserve to govern unchecked and the country would not be wise to let them. “It’s not Brexit that’s getting done. We’re getting done."
By L Alan Winters, Professor of Economics and Director of the UK Trade Policy Observatory at University of Sussex and former Chief Economist at the Department for International Development
The UK Brexit envoy in Washington Alexandra Hall Hall says she does not want to go on representing a Government she does not trust.
Corbyn said the latest revelation shows Johnson is “deliberately misleading the people” about his deal with Brussels. “We have now caught Johnson red-handed."
In a major break of protocol the former PM urges Britain to "vote with your head and your heart."
Has Farage thrown the towel in?
"If the Conservatives are 15 points ahead in Wrexham, it suggests that nearby constituencies such as Clwyd South and Vale of Clwyd could also fall."
A senior Conservative source today said: “The public are fed up with interviews that are all about the interviewer and endless interruptions."
“If any language and expressions stoking the atmosphere of confrontation are used once again … that must really be diagnosed as the relapse of the dotage of a dotard," the first vice foreign minister said.
“The BBC does not have a role as a protagonist in the General Election", Andrew Gwynne said.
On a visit to a garment factory organised by Conservative Campaign HQ, the Tory leader refused to apologise for a decade of cuts by his party.
In an exclusive interview Miller warns December 12 could be a ‘watershed moment’ for British democracy and explains how tactical voting could decide it.
Johnson will cheat and the question he'll ask himself is 'can I get away with it?'
Leader Jeremy Corbyn said just one person sleeping on the streets is ‘one too many’.
The worst of the cuts were inflicted in the Metropolitan Police during Boris Johnson’s term as Mayor of London.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said Mr Johnson’s promise to ‘get Brexit done’ is a ‘fraud on the British people’.
Mr Johnson made comments about low-income women and their children in 2006, it has been revealed.
Jeremy Corbyn said it ‘can’t be right’ that people were living on the streets in Britain and vowed to give up Chequers to those without a home.
The old Routemaster bus displayed a poster saying, "Another whopper on the side of a bus. Must be an election".
A hotel guest expressed concern that cladding is still attached to buildings, saying the blaze "really went up quickly.”
The huddle - which included Boris Johnson and Justin Trudeau - clearly didn't know they were being filmed.
Deliberately misleading the voting public these letters have been found across the country and could disenfranchise voters keen to vote Tory MPs out.
"I don't actually believe there is... a big trade deal with the USA," said Conservative grandee Chris Patten. The Tory peer warned that Britain would "have to accept some concessions on regulation... in health, in food safety."
Tucked away in the Conservative manifesto is a commitment to ‘look at the broader aspects of our constitution.’ What could this possibly mean?
With no sense of irony, or indeed sense, Tuesday's Sun published a propaganda piece with the headline 'Boris Johnson warns voters Jeremy Corbyn is a national security risk who will bow down to Britain’s enemies'
A report by charity Shelter warned that 183 children lose their homes every day in the UK, and one in 24 London kids are now homeless.
Labour has warned that allowing US medical companies to supply drugs to the NHS would push up the price of medicines.
'London will never be intimidated by terrorism.' London Mayor says we must take 'inspiration from the lives of Jack and Saskia who dedicated themselves to helping others' at a vigil to honour the victims of the London Bridge atrocity.
The 12 December election is on a knife edge and tactical voting could stop Boris Johnson keeping the keys to Number 10.
Jeremy Corbyn pledged to slash regulated rail fares in England by a third from next month.
They are not the only high-profile bakery to have come out in support of Labour - East London's Pavillion Bakery is also stamping “every cup every bag” with ‘Vote Labour’.
"Jack stood against everything you stand for - hatred, division, ignorance."
One person suggested families living in poverty should consider a log burner or an Aga stove to keep warm in the winter.
It's not the first time Guy Opperman has made the headlines for his controversial beliefs.
The Conservative minister was jeered when he actually said "anybody who supports a racist party leader shouldn't be standing for parliament."
Misleading Liberal Democrat letter sent to voters can't even help their party, all it can do is ensure a Conservative majority on December 12.
Police are keeping an open mind about the motive for the attack.
The owner of the Daily Mail has bought the i newspaper and website for £49.6m at a time when UK newspaper ownership becomes even more concentrated.
He was grilled over describing the children of single mothers as ‘ill-raised, ignorant, aggressive’ and working class people as 'feckless and hopeless.'