Leader Sophie Walker spoke to IBTimes UK as the snap 8 June vote looms.
But two top polling experts tell IBTimes UK to treat the undergraduate surveys with caution.
"On behalf of the whole country, I want to offer our deepest gratitude and good wishes to His Royal Highness."
Tory Andy Street targets new mayorship in tight race against Labour's Sion Simon.
Pro-Jeremy Corbyn pressure group allowed IBTimes UK into its London base.
Prime Minister Theresa May has had an audience with The Queen as part of the ceremony.
'The financial settlement is only about settling the accounts,' Michel Barnier said.
'Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed,' a defiant EU official told IBTimes UK.
Ipsos MORI found that 68% of voters do not think the Tories will meet their 'tens of thousands' pledge.
Queen Mary University London professor spoke to IBTimes UK about the party's chances.
'EU citizens face uncertainty, then hassle, expense, red tape bureaucracy and paperwork.'
Pro-EU London freesheet takes shot at Theresa May over her stance to Brexit negotiations.
LTDA accused former chancellor of 'lowering London's standards'.
UK prime minister reportedly told EU Council chief of plan to seal an early deal on migrant rights.
Conservative policing minister Brandon Lewis has described the proposal as 'nonsensical'.
Left-wing author and journalist spoke to IBTimes UK on the campaign trail in London.
Andrew Turner stands down following comments to student activist Esther Poucher.
"The idea that an integration agenda is far right is nonsense," Ukip spokesperson told reporters.
The blue badges will make a real difference to passengers who need a seat, says London Mayor Sadiq Khan.
Kate Allen, director of the human rights group, spoke to IBTimes UK about the issue.
But Nuttall, who lost out to Labour in the Stoke Central by-election, has not announced where.
Vince Cable wants to win his old seat back and Sarah Olney is defending Richmond Park against Zac Goldsmith.
"We know who's going to be prime minister on 9 June...It will be Theresa May," former PM admitted.
Boost for pro-EU campaigners as British voters change their tune over the economic bloc.
Foreign secretary's speech at the Lord Mayor's Banquet came amid reports he has been sidelined.
''Failure by both Corbyn and May to appear in the TV debates would be a dereliction of their duty.''
'I believe in a politics that is open, tolerant and united. David Ward is unfit to represent the party.'
'It's a 'yes' or a 'no' and the prime minister failed to answer,' SNP deputy leader Angus Robertson said.
Remain figurehead ruled out running for parliament but backed candidates who support a final vote on Brexit.
Shadow Health Secretary Jonathan Ashworth plans to scrap the 1% pay cap on NHS workers.