Boris Johnson will hope his election battle does not come off the tracks as he takes a breather from campaigning at the Nato summit attended by Donald Trump.
Leading cultural figures including American linguist Noam Chomsky, actor Steve Coogan and poet Kate Tempest have signed a letter backing Jeremy Corbyn for prime minister.
Both Donald Trump and Boris Johnson share an “elastic relationship with the truth”, the former chairman of the Conservative Party has said.
Jeremy Corbyn has said he will tell Donald Trump that US companies cannot play a role in running the NHS if the pair cross paths at Buckingham Palace during a Nato reception.
Nicola Sturgeon has said that the Brexit Party has a big responsibility for the “mess” the UK is currently in.
Nicola Sturgeon has dismissed claims from the Tories that there should not be a second referendum on Scottish independence until after 2050.
The Prime Minister is set to launch the Conservative Party’s much-anticipated General Election manifesto as he heads to the West Midlands on Sunday.
After the main party leaders got a grilling from a Question Time audience on Friday night, election campaigning will continue in earnest over the weekend.
The main political party leaders faced a tough grilling from the Question Time audience, with Boris Johnson jeered, while Jeremy Corbyn was accused of having “reckless socialist ideas”.
Nigel Farage has laid out the Brexit party’s General Election policies, promising a “political revolution”.
Google will no longer allow voters to be targeted by advertisers based on their political affiliation, the company has announced.
Liberal Democrats leader Jo Swinson has warned the public to be wary of sharing misinformation after a story went viral that claimed she had abused squirrels.
Labour has asked the Lib Dems to confirm if the party will commit to “reversing the damage” it caused by trebling university tuition fees while part of the coalition government.
The human behind Lord Buckethead’s 2017 election campaign against Theresa May is set to run in Boris Johnson’s constituency under a new alias.
A former Brexit Party candidate is defying Nigel Farage’s decision to step aside in Tory-held seats at the General Election to stand as an independent Brexiteer.
Spain looks set to face political uncertainty for many more months after the country’s fourth election in as many years further complicated an already messy situation.
A Labour government would “dismantle the structural barriers” women face in the workplace with new policies of flexible working and increased maternity leave, shadow women and equalities secretary Dawn Butler has said.
The chief executive of Sainsbury’s has called on the next government to finally provide certainty on Brexit, along with reforming business rates and loosening planning rules to boost high streets.
Boris Johnson has urged voters to “come with us” as he launched the Conservative Party election campaign.
The Liberal Democrats have been accused of using misleading data on election leaflets to suggest they are polling ahead of other parties in certain constituencies.