Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn have issued their final rallying cries to voters, as the country prepares to go to the polls on Thursday.
Leaders of the main parties are engaged in a frantic last drive for votes in a General Election both Tories and Labour have described as the most important in a generation.
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.
Boris Johnson remains on course for a Conservative majority of 28 seats – but the Prime Minister has lost ground in the past two weeks and a hung parliament could still be on the cards, according to YouGov.
Both the Tories and Labour failed to set out “properly credible” tax and spending plans in their General Election manifestos, a leading economic think tank has warned.
A senior Labour figure has denied talk of his party shifting its focus to Leave-voting areas after a poll put the Tories on course for a comfortable majority.
A new poll from YouGov suggests the Conservative Party will win a convincing majority in the General Election, while Labour faces losing dozens of seats.
Old stereotypes about the British being introverted appear to have been borne out by a new study showing more than half would apply the tags “reserved” and “shy” to themselves.
A NEW YouGov survey conducted among 1800 UK workers, reveals that almost six in ten (58%) would choose to start work earlier than 9am if they could leave earlier than 5pm.
82% of online Scots aged over 65 are using social media.