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Bins back on the agenda for one voter as PM and husband hit the campaign trail

Bins back on the agenda for one voter as PM and husband hit the campaign trail

Nicola Sturgeon and Jeremy Corbyn are at loggerheads over a “progressive alliance”, while a former minister has an interesting take on food banks.

5:41pm Monday 29 May 2017

PM confronted by officer over ‘devastating’ cuts in police numbers

PM confronted by officer over ‘devastating’ cuts in police numbers

Theresa May was also pressed about the Conservative Party’s social care plans.

10:21pm Monday 29 May 2017

Corbyn insists he won’t soften UK foreign policy

Corbyn insists he won’t soften UK foreign policy

The Labour leader also defended attending a commemoration for eight IRA members killed by the SAS in Loughgall 20 years ago.

9:51pm Monday 29 May 2017

PM: Labour-SNP sweetheart deal could lead to ‘government in chaos’

PM: Labour-SNP sweetheart deal could lead to ‘government in chaos’

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn repeats that he will not do a deal with the Scottish National Party.

9:01pm Monday 29 May 2017

Business election hustings for Taunton Deane residents

HUSTINGS: Business hustings for Taunton Deane residents

HAVE you got a business related question to put to our candidates standing in the General Election? 

12:58pm Monday 29 May 2017

Polls show Conservative lead over Labour shrinking as vote approaches

Polls show Conservative lead over Labour shrinking as vote approaches

The Tory advantage is just six points, according to one poll.

10:13pm Saturday 27 May 2017

May did not use social media to encourage voter registration, analysis shows

May did not use social media to encourage voter registration, analysis shows

Labour were by far the most active party in encouraging social media users to sign up to vote.

7:13am Friday 26 May 2017

Pledge of free breakfasts for pupils could cost more than £60m, Tories admit

Pledge of free breakfasts for pupils could cost more than £60m, Tories admit

If half of children take up a free breakfast, then costs could rise to between £200-400 million, according to an expert.

7:53pm Wednesday 24 May 2017

Tories plan new commission to tackle extremism and promote Britain’s values

Tories plan new commission to tackle extremism and promote Britain’s values

The Prime Minister made clear the commission will be expected to stand up for women’s rights.

12:43pm Sunday 28 May 2017

George Osborne: May and Corbyn offering ‘retreat from international liberalism’

George Osborne: May and Corbyn offering ‘retreat from international liberalism’

The former chancellor declined to say whether the Evening Standard would endorse the Conservatives.

1:33pm Saturday 27 May 2017
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