The Tories have launched a completely uncosted manifesto – less than 24 hours after claiming Labour’s sums don’t add up.
One of the Tories most effective attacks on Labour during the 2010 general election has just come back to haunt them.
Jeremy Hunt talked of “social responsibility” as he defended the Tories plans to make businesses pay more to hire foreign workers on the Today programme.
The Lib Dems haven’t just written a manifesto for this general election, they’ve written the history books too.
Theresa May and Philip Hammond managed not to swear at each other (even occasionally) at a joint press conference this morning.
Nigel Farage was called out as a coward in the European Parliament today over his decision not to stand in the general election.
Listeners to the Today programme would have heard a Tory minister repeating two words over and over again. So far, so normal. Only this time it wasn’t “strong” or “stable”, but “tittle tattle”.
No surprise that the Evening Standard has come out against Labour’s manifesto plans to raise taxes on millionaires like its editor George Osborne.
Police minister Brandon Lewis was heckled while making the Tories’ pre-election pitch at the Police Federation conference earlier today.
Families are facing a new cost of living crisis under the Tories due to a perfect storm of rising prices and rock bottom wages.