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 father who murdered his six-week-old son has been jailed for life.
Jeremy Corbyn has said he “regrets” incidents of anti-Semitism in the Labour party, but again stopped short of personally apologising in the wake of the Chief Rabbi’s criticism.
Several General Election campaign events have been cancelled after a terrorist killed two people in a knife rampage in central London.
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson will accuse Boris Johnson of repeatedly telling lies and dragging the office of Prime Minister “through the mud”.
Chancellor Sajid Javid has said the Conservative manifesto would come with the “most transparent” explanation of how the policies would be paid for ever seen in “British electoral history”.
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.
Neither the Tories nor Labour is offering a “properly credible prospectus” in their General Election manifesto spending plans, a leading economic think tank has said.
Here are five things we have learned on Thursday from the General Election campaign.
Boris Johnson has told Brexit supporters they must vote Tory to prevent a “hung, broken Parliament” that cannot deliver their desires, as he attempted to shift the election focus back on to the EU.