YouGov data raise prospect of catastrophic result for Theresa May.
The SNP today published its manifesto Stronger for Scotland.
There is a paradoxical racism in his view that terrorists are only responsive to Western intervention.
As Labour closes in on the Conservatives, IBTimes UK explains how to read the opinion polls.
Euro under pressure amid growing concerns over Greece bailout deal.
Corbyn was forced to refer to his iPad to check to figures.
"I don't think anyone could say that Corbyn has had a fair deal at the hands of the press."
We shouldn't focus on things in the past when the government is inflicting misery in the present.
It is worth asking how big a problem is fraud and why UK political parties should focus on it in their manifestos.
The health service was a key theme to the debate.
Dr Ann Myatt is running in the same seat where the former MP was murdered.
Radio stations are refusing to play it.
The prime minister has again ruled out taking part in general election debates.
Bookmakers expect a combined £30m to be placed on the British general election
Elite commando force The Royal Marines have seen 'large decreases' in morale and satisfaction.
Labour leader has promised to boost police numbers and funding for the security services.
Fears of a hung parliament creep into the City as YouGov poll cuts Tories' lead to five points.
Institute for Fiscal Studies' assessment comes just two weeks before the general election on 8 June.
Labour's shadow foreign minister Catherine West writes for IBTimes UK on migration.
The Labour leader says we need a 'smarter' way to tackle extremism.
They confirmed that beekeepers would be safe from the policy.
Former Ukip leadership favourite sat down with IBTimes UK for a wide-ranging interview.
Ukip breaks ranks to resume general election campaign after Manchester bombing with manifesto launch
"We cannot be cowed or allow our way of life to be undermined by those who wish to do us harm," said Paul Nuttall.
Transportation pledges made by the Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats in 2017 manifestos.
Net neutrality, cyber security and controls on social media discussed by 2017 party manifestos.
Pledges made by the Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats for connectivity.
People are not happy about the so-called 'dementia tax'.
The BBC's Andrew Neil is interviewing party leaders ahead of the 8 June General Election.
"We face challenges that we can't possibly pretend to fix in 100 days or even 1,000."
"We will make sure nobody has to sell their family home to pay for care", May said.