Prime minister says new measures will focus on rail links and pub closures. Boris Johnson has announced another election package costing hundreds of millions of pounds for neglected towns, some of which will be spent in marginal constituencies. Concentrating on rundown high streets, the closures of pubs
Polls open in 'most important general election in a generation'Traditional exit poll is awaited, as voters deliver their verdicts across the UK * Latest election news - live updates
This is a Brexit election. But Boris Johnson will not get Brexit done. The Tories’ central campaign theme is unachievable: they created this mess and can deliver only division and destabilisation
The 2019 general election polling day has arrived, offering voters a chance to have their say on how the country is run.
With general election polling day today, millions around the country will decide which party to vote for, before eagerly awaiting the exit polls and election results in the early hours of Friday morning.
Voters are today heading to the polls to cast their ballots in what has been billed as the most important general election in a generation.Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn last night made their dramatic final pitches as the race appeared to tighten in the final stretch before voting was set to begin at
General Election candidates have received four times the amount of online abuse than in the campaign two years ago, analysis has found.Party leaders Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn and Jo Swinson were targeted most frequently, research by political technology company PoliMonitor showed.
Boris Johnson has admitted the general election could result in another hung parliament, as opinion polls indicate a late surge of support for Labour.The prime minister said there was a “clear and present danger” of the Conservatives failing to win an outright majority for the second successive election
The upcoming general election promises to be one of the most dramatic polls in a generation, after a fierce campaign dominated by rhetoric over Brexit and the NHS crisis.Almost 70 different parties have candidates forward for Thursday’s election as Labour, the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats battle
As the general election approaches all the political parties are vying to break the ongoing deadlock in Westminster.Campaigning officially began after parliament was dissolved on 6 November, with the major parties battling to hold the balance of power and decide the future of Brexit.
Millions of voters will head to the polls this week for a snap general election, as a deeply divided country hopes it will pave the way for a resolution to Brexit.The vote on Thursday will be the third election since 2015, when David Cameron’s Conservatives unexpectedly won a majority and called the
Tens of millions of voters will head to the polls on Thursday in a truly historic general election which has the potential to shape Britain’s future for decades to come, with the outcome still highly uncertain.Polls suggested that Boris Johnson’s Conservatives were heading for a small working majority
Boris Johnson has said the country can enjoy Christmas dinner knowing Brexit is “decided” if voters elect a majority Conservative government.In a final message before election day on Thursday, Mr Johnson said “enough is enough” when it came to Brexit delays.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn have made their dramatic final pitches as the race for Number 10 tightened on the night before polls open for the General Election.The Prime Minister ended his campaign with an eve of polling day rally in London, telling voters the Tories would "finish what we started
The UK is predicted to have a cold and wet election day across the country with two weather warnings in place for ice in Scotland.Voters will need to wrap up warm as they head to the polls on Thursday with rain throughout the day and temperatures in single figures for much of the country.
Millions of voters are preparing to cast their ballot in the third UK general election in less than five years.Polling stations across the country will open from 7am until 10pm on Thursday in what is the first December election since 1923.
Boris Johnson’s early morning milk delivery to a member of the public appears to have been exposed as a staged campaign stunt.The prime minister’s delivery to a couple’s house was framed as a “surprise” encounter but the woman who opened the door appeared to accidentally let slip that it was planned.