"We will make sure nobody has to sell their family home to pay for care", May said.
Exclusive: Union accuses Phillips of making comments that 'contradict' the 'positive message' of the CWU.
Tory lead in some recent opinion polls has dipped to single figures over Labour.
Green co-leader sat down with IBTimes UK in Brighton where Lucas is fighting to be re-elected.
Ukip chief seemed to mix-up Wood with former Green Party leader Natalie Bennett.
"People knew what they were voting for," Nuttall said as he clashed with Lib Dem leader Tim Farron.
"Those here tonight will show that real leadership is standing up for what you believe in, not hiding from it."
"We can use this moment of change to build a stronger, fairer, more prosperous Britain," May said.
"The world of work has become increasingly insecure under this Tory government," Unite said.
The former shadow business secretary spoke to IBTimes UK ahead of the general election.
Former Conservative chancellor gave Ukip a gift by attacking the 'tens of thousands' pledge.
"The war on drugs has been a catastrophic failure," the pro-EU party's manifesto said.
Prime Minister Theresa May cast doubt over Hammond's future as chancellor during a press conference.
Manfred Weber, leader of the European People's Party, made the accusation in the EU Parliament.
Shock GfK survey comes as another Labour civil war is brewing ahead of the general election.
Interview: Jonathan Bartley sat down with IBTimes UK at the launch of the Progressive Alliance.
Tim Farron will promise to introduce voting at 16 for elections and referendums across the UK.
"We are asking the better-off and the big corporations to pay a little bit more," Jeremy Corbyn said.
Shadow chancellor refused to say how much nationalising the water industry would cost.
Interview: Left-wing journalist, author and Jeremy Corbyn supporter spoke to IBTimes UK.
Conservative prime minister was the first leader to face Robert Peston's social media-driven interview.
Conservative prime minister was confronted face-to-face as she visited Oxfordshire.
The number of British voters wanting to stay in the economic and political bloc has slimmed.
Party's economic spokesman Patrick O'Flynn MEP made claim to IBTimes UK.
Labour moderates have described Andrew Murray's appoint as "total madness".
Report comes as Conservative premier Theresa May continues to tour Labour's heartlands.
"This is about having a health service for the many," Corbyn will tell the Royal College of Nurses.
Shadow Brexit secretary also told the Board of Deputies that Ken Livingstone should be expelled.
Prime minister is playing down the opinion polls, but continues to campaign in Labour's heartlands.
Labour leader outlined his vision for the world during a speech at Chatham House.