Boris Johnson has claimed a Jeremy Corbyn government propped up by the SNP would lead to another parliamentary “Groundhog Day nightmare”, as the General Election campaign entered its final week.
Labour’s John McDonnell has reiterated there will be “no deals” with the SNP in the event of the party forming a minority government after Thursday’s vote.
The BBC’s head-to-head debate with just six days to go before voters head to the ballot boxes provided the two top contenders one of their final chances to swing public opinion.
Jeremy Corbyn has revealed a confidential document he claims “drives a coach and horses” through Boris Johnson’s Brexit claims and further exposes the Prime Minister for “deliberately misleading” the public.
More than 100 pro-EU groups have sent a letter to Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson asking her to back Labour in the Prime Minister’s constituency.
The Jewish Labour Movement (JLM) has refused to endorse Jeremy Corbyn as prime minister amid renewed claims the party has failed to tackle anti-Semitism in its ranks.
Jeremy Corbyn has rejected claims he has made Labour a “refuge” for anti-Semites, amid renewed accusations the party has failed to deal with the issue.
Seventy Labour Party staffers past and present have submitted sworn statements to the official investigation into anti-Semitism in the party, lawyers have said.
Primary school class sizes would be capped at 30, with a guarantee that every child is taught by a qualified teacher, under plans announced by Labour to “improve education standards for all children”.
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The Prime Minister has suggested that Brexit will no longer be talked about after January by which time he says the UK will have left the European Union.