Electing a leader, for many voters, is about who should be in charge during those moments of national threat.
The Chief Rabbi’s unprecedented intervention warning that Jeremy Corbyn is unfit to lead the nation over his handling of the “poison” of anti-Semitism could not have come at a worse time for Labour’s election campaign.
It has been a week of revelations with Labour, the Liberal Democrats and now the Conservatives releasing their manifesto spending plans and pledges.
Fact-checker Full Fact has accused Boris Johnson of being economical with the truth after the unveiling of his election manifesto.
Tory supporters in Telford might have happily chanted “Boris, Boris!” but the party leader was giving little back to them in terms of fresh policies.
Labour would hit oil and gas companies with a windfall tax of about £11 billion in order to finance plans to tackle the climate crisis by creating a greener economy.
Jeremy Corbyn will accuse the “bankers, billionaires and the establishment” of trying to stop a radical Labour government being elected as he reveals a manifesto for “real change”.
The Green Party has revealed the details of its General Election manifesto.
A Labour candidate’s daughter has won fans on both sides of the political divide with her own manifesto which includes pockets for women’s clothing.