Leaders in final push for votes ahead of election
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Leaders in final push for votes ahead of election

Image copyright Getty Images/Reuters The party leaders are set for a frantic day of campaigning as they criss-cross the country to promote key messages ahead of Thursday's general…

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Labour activists accused of hurling anti-Semitic abuse at Jewish protesters during Corbyn rally
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Labour activists accused of hurling anti-Semitic abuse at Jewish protesters during Corbyn rally

Labour activists have been accused of hurling anti-Semitic abuse at Jewish protesters during a Jeremy Corbyn rally in Bristol. Supporters of the Labour leader allegedly verbally abused a…

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The misinformation war over the boy in the hospital
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The misinformation war over the boy in the hospital

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Near identical claims about a faked photo were posted on multiple social media accounts It's the image that catapulted the NHS to…

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Victims of the IRA’s reign of terror urge Labour voters to abandon Jeremy Corbyn on Thursday for the good of t
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Victims of the IRA’s reign of terror urge Labour voters to abandon Jeremy Corbyn on Thursday for the good of t

IT WAS just heart-breaking to sit down with the victims of the IRA’S campaign. Nothing prepares you for listening to people who were blown up or whose mother…

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‘Solemn step’: Democrats unveil articles of impeachment against Trump
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‘Solemn step’: Democrats unveil articles of impeachment against Trump

Democratic congressional leaders have unveiled articles of impeachment against Donald Trump, a historic move set in motion by a whistleblower complaint warning the president was using the power…

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Jeremy Corbyn would trigger ‘full-on collapse’ in jobs and economy -‘Miserable Christmas!’
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Jeremy Corbyn would trigger ‘full-on collapse’ in jobs and economy -‘Miserable Christmas!’

The Labour Party leader is planning to pile massive taxes onto Britons to pay for the party’s multi-billion spending spree should they come out on top in Thursday’s…

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Corbyn faces remarkable backlash as 15 former Labour MPs urge voters to abandon party
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Corbyn faces remarkable backlash as 15 former Labour MPs urge voters to abandon party

The advert, published by the anti-extremism campaign group Mainstream in the North of England, was headlined: ‘Thinking of voting Labour? Think again.’ Former ministers including Ian Austin, Gisela…

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All the polls agree: the Conservative lead has been slashed
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All the polls agree: the Conservative lead has been slashed

The polls all agree: in England and Wales, Labour is closing the gap on the Conservatives. YouGov’s MRP model, which correctly predicted a hung parliament in 2017, is…

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Boris Johnson is on course for a majority of 28, according to MRP model
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Boris Johnson is on course for a majority of 28, according to MRP model

Boris Johnson is on course to win the general election with a majority of 28, but his lead over Labour has shrunk in the final weeks of the…

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Father of London Bridge attack victim insists Boris Johnson has not ‘expressed condolences’ over son’s death, despite Tory spokesman claims
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Father of London Bridge attack victim insists Boris Johnson has not ‘expressed condolences’ over son’s death, despite Tory spokesman claims

The father of a London Bridge terror attack victim has insisted Boris Johnson has not offered condolences to his family despite a spokesman for the prime minister claiming…

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