Boris Johnson will go into the final full day of campaigning looking to win “every vote” after a fresh poll suggested a hung parliament could still be on the cards.
The majority of businesses want to see the next government increase public spending, but most remain concerned over Labour proposals for nationalising several industries, a new survey has found.
An ad for life insurance featuring an image of a man leaning his head against a wall and the strapline “Life insurance to die for” has been banned for trivialising suicide.
When it comes to macaques, they get by with a little help from their friends.
Nearly two-thirds of Britain has become more affordable for home-buyers in the past year, analysis has found.
Homebase, B&Q, House of Fraser, Sports Direct and WHSmith have been rated the worst online retailers in the UK, according to an annual Which? survey.
Supermarkets have launched more fuel price coupons, despite claims they discriminate against poorer motorists.
The SDLP leader would be a “passionate advocate” for Europe if he wins a Westminster seat, the wife of peace process founder John Hume said.
Fifteen former Labour MPs will use an advertising bombardment on the eve of polling day to urge voters not to back Jeremy Corbyn for prime minister.
With the hours ticking away until the election, the major parties are ramping up their activities in a last-ditch bid to secure more votes.