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The Sun › Politics › 35 minutes ago
BORIS JOHNSON and Jeremy Corbyn traded blows over Brexit and the NHS in last night’s ITV leaders’ debate. The Labour leader was laughed at by the live audience as he swerved questions on if he wants to remain in the EU and how he would campaign in...
Telegraph › Politics › 1 hour ago
As the latest time-sucking edition of dugout simulator Football Manager is released, its long-serving gaffer Miles Jacobson is in a reflective mood.
The Independent › Politics › 2 hours ago
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The Sun › Politics › 2 hours ago
BORIS JOHNSON and Jeremy Corbyn traded blows over Brexit and the NHS in last night’s ITV leaders’ debate. The Labour leader was laughed at by the live audience as he swerved questions on if he wants to remain in the EU and how he would campaign in...
The Sun › Politics › 2 hours ago
BORIS JOHNSON and Jeremy Corbyn traded blows over Brexit and the NHS in last night’s ITV leaders’ debate. The Labour leader was laughed at by the live audience as he swerved questions on if he wants to remain in the EU and how he would campaign in...
Manchester Evening News › Politics › 3 hours ago
Voters know the difference between genuine political magic and cut-price tricks
Metro › Politics › 4 hours ago
The two leaders of the main parties clashed in last night's TV debate - the first of this General Election.
Reuters › Politics › 9 hours ago
Annual home price rises in Britain won't keep pace with already-low inflation until 2021, a Reuters poll found, and will fall in the capital London this year as uncertainty around the country's departure from the European Union continues to deter...
BBC News › Politics › 9 hours ago
How late can you register to vote in a general election?
The Sydney Morning Herald › Politics › 10 hours ago
The biggest controversy of the debate unfolded off-screen as the Conservative Party temporarily redesigned its Twitter account.
Manchester Evening News › Politics › 12 hours ago
The party are now facing accusations that they were trying to mislead the public, after deciding to change their identity
The Independent › Opinions › 12 hours ago
When the prime minister told voters that the truth matters, they laughed at him
Manchester Evening News › Politics › 12 hours ago
We round up the verdict from pollsters, commentators and the general public.
The Sun › Politics › 13 hours ago
THE founder of pro-Brexit campaign Leave.EU says his Twitter account has been hacked, with thousands of private messages spanning several years leaked to the site. The Brexiteer criticised Twitter bosses, accusing them of taking too long to remove the...
Metro › Politics › 13 hours ago
The pair pledged to 'raise the tone of politics' before Corbyn 'branded Johnson a 'scrooge'....
The Sun › Politics › 15 hours ago
TWO judges ruled that there was “no breach of the Broadcasting Code” by leaving Lib Dem leader, Jo Swinson and SNP’s Nicola Sturgeon out of tonight’s General Election debate on ITV. This means Corbyn and Johnson will go head-to-head as planned...
Mirror Online › Politics › 15 hours ago
Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn go head-to-head tonight in the first TV debate of the General Election 2019. We'll have all the action from Media City, Salford, where Brexit is sure to be a hot topic of discussion
Manchester Evening News › Entertainment › 16 hours ago
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn go head-to-head in the first TV debate of the general election campaign tonight
Breitbart › Politics › 16 hours ago
Boris Johnson's deal is not a shaming surrender to the EU; it will deliver meaningful Brexit, so says Conservative MEP Dan Hannan.
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