Sir Vince Cable said there is a “one in a million” chance that Jeremy Corbyn will become Prime Minister as he predicted there will be a hung parliament, a referendum and another General Election.
Jeremy Corbyn has been joined by senior party figures to hammer out the final details of the Labour manifesto amid mounting divisions over what stance will be taken on immigration.
The main parties must all commit to taking immediate steps to tackle the homelessness crisis if they get into power, Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham has said.
A record number of women are set to stand in next month’s General Election.
Claims the Tories offered peerages to senior Brexit Party figures could amount to “political corruption of the highest order”, the Labour Party chairman warned, as Scotland Yard assesses allegations of electoral fraud.
The Conservative Party said they will triple tree-planting rates if they win the General Election, while the Liberal Democrats promised they will plant twice as many trees as the Tories.
The Labour manifesto that Jeremy Corbyn vowed would “knock your socks off” is to be finalised on Saturday amid pressure for him to make a clear commitment on immigration.
A senior peer has written to the Metropolitan Police Commissioner and Director of Public Prosecutions calling for a probe into claims the Tories offered peerages to senior Brexit Party figures in a bid to get them to stand aside in the General Election.
Labour’s plans to turn broadband into a public service had a big impact on the stock market on Friday, while the Lib Dems announced they had one policy that was even more important to them than stopping Brexit.
The main party leaders both visited the North West on Friday, where Boris Johnson took delivery of his campaign bus while Jeremy Corbyn promised that broadband provision would be free in future if Labour won power. Here are some of the highlights from Friday’s General Election campaign events around the country.
Nigel Farage has offered an apology to his supporters in Dudley North after accusing Brexit Party MEP Rupert Lowe of “disgusting” behaviour in pulling out as a candidate at the 11th hour.
Jeremy Corbyn sent shockwaves through the City as he unveiled plans to nationalise the UK’s broadband network, providing free internet access for every home in the country.
Independence for Scotland is the only way forward, even in the case of a possible future vote for Britain to remain in the EU, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
A Church of Scotland minister who branded Jeremy Corbyn a “terrorist sympathiser” has been suspended after controversial tweets emerged.
Lancaster & Fleetwood, which Jeremy Corbyn visited on Friday, is the sort of Labour-held seat that would be at risk in a Conservative landslide.
Boris Johnson has insisted his Government will deliver greener vehicles than his campaign bus.
Hillary Clinton has criticised the “heavily misogynistic” atmosphere online which has seen female parliamentary candidates announce they are not standing in the General Election.
A £500 million fund pledged by the Tories to restore rail lines and stations axed in the 1960s “is not going to buy you very much”, a rail expert has warned.
Jeremy Corbyn has vowed to close the “tax tricks” used by giant corporations to partially fund a pledge to deliver free full-fibre internet to all by making broadband a public service.
Labour has set out its plans to deliver fast and free full fibre broadband across the country if it wins the General Election.
The SNP is forecasting it will win seats back from Labour in next month’s General Election, as a senior figure claimed support for Jeremy Corbyn’s party is “falling off like snow off a dyke”.
Figures suggest the UK is one of the worst places in Europe for access to full-fibre broadband, as Labour announced plans to provide the technology to every home and business in the UK by 2030.
Boris Johnson will go into the General Election on December 12 trying to defend the smallest constituency majority for a prime minister in nearly 100 years.
Boris Johnson has dismissed as “nonsense” claims that the Conservatives offered peerages to senior Brexit Party figures in a bid to get them to stand aside in the General Election.
Sir Rod Stewart has said it would be “a shame” if Scotland became independent when asked about the UK’s political situation.
Rail campaigners have long called for many of the lines axed following the 1963 Beeching Report to be re-opened.
Boris Johnson has said he sympathises with the relative of an elderly woman who spent hours in an A&E corridor waiting for a bed, after being shown pictures of the 88-year-old in an interview.
Boris Johnson has defended his controversial method of making a cup of tea as “delicious” during an interview on BBC Breakfast.
Stopping climate change is probably more important than stopping Brexit, Liberal Democrat economic spokesman Sir Ed Davey has admitted.
Boris Johnson has said the Tories “have got to do better” on the NHS after key figures showed the service was performing at the worst level on record.