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The Labour leader produced his latest round of “top secret” papers at a press conference on Friday in a desperate bid to deal a blow to Boris Johnson’s campaign less than a week before voters head to the polls. But a survey on Express.co.uk showed more than eight of out of 10 participants believed them to be fake. Mr Corbyn said the documents proved Mr Johnson...

The term “tactical voting” has been thrown around a lot during the run-up to the snap election – but how many Britons are actually planning on backing the party they think has the best chance of beating the group they dislike the most? Brits traditionally vote with their hearts, or their wallets, or their time-honoured tradition – but this General Election...

Jeremy Corbyn said the papers were evidence the Government was negotiating with the US to open up the health service to American pharmaceutical companies. But on Friday night social media platform Reddit said it had looked at the accounts behind the documents and found that they were “part of a campaign that has been reported as originating from Russia”. Boris...

Mr Freer is battling to be re-elected MP for the seat he has represented since 2010 – and despite the best efforts of former Labour MP Luciana Berger, who is standing for the Liberal Democrats after quitting Labour in the wake of the antisemitism claims, he believes the contest will boil down to a straight fight between him and Labour’s candidate Ross Houston....

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (Image: GETTY) The Prime Minister warned that despite the polls giving him a healthy lead the General Election “will be close” and insisted his party must fight for every vote. In an impassioned letter to voters today, he likens the election to the ­historic ones in 1906, 1945 and 1979 which changed Britain for ever and...

The German Chancellor lost her balance while on a trip to the Nazi death camp, and Poland’s Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki quickly stepped in to help steady her as she reached her hand out in a bid to steady herself. She has been caught on camera violently shaking during three separate public engagements recently. On social media many appeared concerned for...

The Prime Minister laid out the latest part of his vision for a post-Brexit UK just a week before Britons cast their votes in an election which is expected to see him win back the Tory majority lost by Theresa May. As well as charging ahead in the polls, Mr Johnson was called the winner of last night’s TV debate with Jeremy Corbyn, as 52 percent of voters in a...

Mr Corbyn faced the wrath of an array of interviewers over the so-called “leaked” documents. Most notably was BBC presenter Andrew Neil who quizzed him on the legitimacy of them. Though this morning, Sky News also pressed him on the issue, though this time on the Northern Ireland documents brandished this week that he claims prove there will be customs checks...

Dr Kulvinder Manik said members of his family including his 93-year-old grandmother are backing his bid to forward the Brexit cause because they understand all too well what it is like to be colonised. The NHS doctor is contesting the Labour-held seat of Bradford South in Yorkshire and believes Nigel Farage’s party will play a key role in freeing the people of...

The Prime Minister won the hearts of 53 percent of the 1,322 debate viewers, while the Labour leader swayed 48 percent. Chris Curtis, YouGov’s Political Research Manager, said few people were changing their minds as to who they support on TV. He said: “Our snap poll shows that the public remains divided on who won the debate, just as with last month’s head-to-head. “With...

In a fiery head-to-head debate, the Tory leader forced his Labour rival onto the backfoot over Brexit, the economy, national security and the NHS. A snap YouGov poll immediately after the crucial hour-long encounter declared Mr Johnson the winner by a decisive margin of 52 percent to 48 percent. On who came across as most prime ministerial, 54 percent in the poll...

Small print in Jeremy Corbyn’s general election manifesto revealed that a Labour government will look into a new levy on “commercial landlords” that could hit businesses. The Tories warned the proposal could “clobber” the UK’s struggling high streets and town centres if Labour wins the December 12 general election. Tory analysis based on a blueprint...

Up to 97 percent said Mr Corbyn should reveal the source of the documents, amounting to 4,296 of the vote. This is compared to three percent who think the veteran left-winger is in his right to not reveal where they came from, amounting to 140 of the ballot. A total of 0 percent clicked the ‘don’t know’ option, this was 17 people in total. Britons swarmed...

Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn went head-to-head again today for the last time before the December 12 election date on BBC One. The Labour and Conservative leaders debated the issues they believed important to the country, hoping to  Who won the Boris Johnson vs Jeremy Corbyn debate?  Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn traded blows across several topics tonight,...

Pro-Remain parties have clubbed together in an attempt to block Boris Johnson from returning to Downing street. They have written a letter to Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson urging her not to stand a candidate in the Uxbridge and Ruislip South seat to give the Labour candidate a stronger chance of overturning Mr Johnson’s majority – which he currently holds by...

If Jeremy Corbyn wins the keys to No 10 in next week’s General Election Mr Starmer will be on Britain’s Brexit frontline – the UK’s attack dog in negotiations with Brussels. But at a hastily called press conference today the Labour big-hitter made it absolutely clear he wanted Britain to remain in the EU – against the direct wishes of the 17...

Sir John Curtice has predicted a surprise element of the latest general election polls. The polling guru revealed the Liberal Democrats ‘stop Brexit’ election pledge has led to the party’s downfall. Related articles According to Sir John, who is a professor of politics at Strathclyde University, Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson would have hoped her party’s...

A leaflet distributed by the Liberal Democrats in Watford, north London, featured a quote attributed to “Express”, which read: “Boris Johnson really is the British Donald Trump”. But one voter who received the campaign leaflet through her letterbox questioned the accuracy of the quote and sought to verify what she viewed as a highly biased headline. She...

In a furious letter to his election rival, the Prime Minister savaged Labour for promising a new Brexit poll if the party wins power. And he said its manifesto commitment to widen the franchise was evidence the Labour leader wanted to overturn the result of the 2016 vote to quit the EU. Mr Johnson warned the move could “create incredible bitterness that might...

The Brexit Party was left stunned on Thursday morning after three of its own MEPs dramatically turned on the party and said its election strategy had taken a “wrong turn” and was putting “Brexit in jeopardy”. Annunziata Rees-Mogg – sister of Commons Leader Jacob Rees-Mogg – Lance Forman and Lucy Harris all resigned the whip. John Longworth, the...

Meanwhile, other experts have likewise poured cold water on Labour’s claim that it can save British families an average of almost £7,000 year. The party today published a reported entitled “Tories’ cost of living crisis vs Labour’s plan to save you thousands”. Speaking in Birmingham yesterday, Mr McDonnell rolled out what he characterised as the “foundations...

But an insider has said the four MPs had “not fully grasped” the point that dramatically scaling back the number of seats it fought would have a devastating impact on the Brexit Party’s electoral budget. MEP John Longworth yesterday had the whip withdrawn amid accusations he was undermining his own party with his recent remarks, and Mr Farage’s...

Should the Labour Party win next week’s general election, Jeremy Corbyn’s tax assault aims to raise £82.9billion needed to fund these tax hikes. But the Conservative Party has now upped the stakes in the war of words as the battle lines are drawn ahead of next week’s national poll. It has posted a tweet listing ‘Labour’s 12 taxes of Christmas’ in reference...

In an in-depth article published on its website, the magazine said it could find “no reason to quarrel with the judgement” of the Jewish Chronicle and Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis’ take on the antisemitism crisis engulfing the party. The newspaper used its front page to issue a dramatic plea to non-Jewish voters to think very careful about the consequences of Mr Corbyn...

Ms Thornberry appealed to Remain voters to back Jeremy Corbyn claiming that a second “confirmatory referendum can be won by Remainers”. The shadow foreign secretary said that the “only way” the UK could legitimately stay in the European Union was to deliver Labour’s confirmatory vote. Her words sparked a tsunami of anger as Brexiteers swarmed social media...