General Election 2019

The Tories have suffered from a massive shift in opinion as the gap between their party and Labour shrinks to just six points in a new Survation poll.

There has been a burst of recrimination on Twitter after a Brexit Party MEP said she would not be voting in the general election.

The Liberal Democrat candidate for Boris Johnson's constituency of Uxbridge has announced that she will stand down from the election.

A viral video has shown the prime minister endorse the leader of the opposition to be prime minister.

It's been just six days since parliament dissolved and each of the parties launched their election campaigns, but in that time we have already seen so much happen.

Calls for Labour and the united Remain parties to form an alliance are mounting from candidates, political organisations, and pundits across party divides.

MEP Alexandra Phillips has said she has been "disenfranchised by my own party" and will not be voting in the election now that there is no Brexit Party candidate in her constituency.

A senior Tory has finally apologised for its party's use of a doctored video featuring Labour's Sir Keir Starmer talking about Brexit.

The Brexit Party leader is putting himself ahead of a country, according to a candidate dropped by the group.

Nigel Farage has admitted that he never intended to publish a manifesto for the Brexit Party, saying "that was a joke".

The former Brexit Party candidate for Crawley has said he will consider standing for UKIP or as an independent after being dropped from Nigel Farage's party.

Nigel Farage has hit back at allegations from Labour that US president Donald Trump is pulling the strings in the UK general election.

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has called on the Tories to stand aside in Labour-held seats to try to get more pro-Brexit MPs elected.

A Brexiteer has used a radio phone-in show to claim that we are a 'dictatorship' - and tactical voting guides is evidence of this.

Caroline Lucas has launched a foul-mouthed denunciation of the Liberal Democrats for their policy of stopping Brexit without a second referendum, in a sign of tensions in the Remain alliance.

Brexit could mean that the environment is the biggest loser of the forthcoming general election. KIERRA BOX from Friends of the Earth urges parties to prioritise environmental safeguards over a speedy exit from the EU.

An ex-Brexit Party candidate who was dropped from his position said he is concerned about his £100 entry fee paid to be considered as a candidate.

Nigel Farage has denied that an offer of a peerage 48 hours before he dropped candidates in every Conservative seat was an influential factor in his decision.

Boris Johnson has broken his booze ban for a second time on the election trail.

UKIP has claimed it will not field a full list of candidates in the general election - not because of claims it is low on support - but because it now backs Boris Johnson's deal.

A YouGov pollster has said Nigel Farage's decision not to stand in 317 Conservative seats will only hurt the Conservative party.

Baroness Sayeeda Warsi is encouraging Muslim voters to vote Conservative, despite admitting there is a "serious, substantial and widespread" issue with Islamophobia in the Conservative party.

Nigel Farage has said the Brexit Party will not contest the 317 seats won by the Conservatives at the last general election.

The People's Vote campaign is to target 100 seats that can deliver a final say referendum with a pledge to spend £100,000 on pro-People's Vote candidates.

Two broadcasters have been criticised for their 'desperate' and 'needless' questioning of Jeremy Corbyn's nuclear weapons policy on Armistice Day.

A former chair of the Conservative Party in a key marginal constituency has urged people to vote Labour to stop Boris Johnson gaining a majority for Brexit.

A majority of Remainers and Brexiteers would be prepared to see Northern Ireland leave the Union in order to achieve their preferred Brexit outcome, a survey has found.

The leader of the Brexit party has decided not to show up to a scheduled interview after the rightwing paper the Daily Mail used its front page to beg: "Stand down, Nigel!"

After claiming that Labour's manifesto promises will cast taxpayers £1.2 trillion, the business minister would not give an equivalent figure for his own party.

The Brexit Party has been urged to drop a candidate after it was revealed he used to be part of a heavy metal band which was named and styled after Luftwaffe pilots.

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