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Key points from Ukip manifesto

Key points from Ukip manifesto

Ukip put tackling Islamic extremism at the centre of their General Election manifesto launch.

9:31pm Thursday 25 May 2017

Corbyn under fire for linking overseas military action to UK terror attacks

Corbyn under fire for linking overseas military action to UK terror attacks

Tory Security Minister Ben Wallace said his comments were “totally inappropriate and crassly timed”.

1:23pm Friday 26 May 2017

Q&A: What’s behind Jeremy Corbyn’s argument on terrorism and overseas conflicts?

Q&A: What’s behind Jeremy Corbyn’s argument on terrorism and overseas conflicts?

Mr Corbyn has said Labour would change what the UK does abroad if the party wins power.

1:03pm Friday 26 May 2017

Major Hampshire road to be closed during nine-week maintenance scheme

Major Hampshire road to be closed during nine-week maintenance scheme

SECTIONS of a major Hampshire road will be shut while safety barrier work is carried out.

9:23am Friday 26 May 2017

Hospitals in England ‘endured one of worst winters on record’

Hospitals in England ‘endured one of worst winters on record’

Patients are waiting longer for ambulances, treatment and admission.

7:13am Friday 26 May 2017

Tories’ lead over Labour down to five points in first poll since bombing

Tories’ lead over Labour down to five points in first poll since bombing

One survey put the Conservatives down a point on the previous week on 43% and Labour up three on 38%,

11:01pm Thursday 25 May 2017

In graphic: Poll of polls with 13 days to go

In graphic: Poll of polls with 13 days to go

The seven-day rolling average of all published polls shows support for the Conservatives stands at 44%.

10:53am Friday 26 May 2017

Domestic issues get greater share of Twitter conversation

Domestic issues get greater share of Twitter conversation

Health was the second biggest topic of conversation, narrowing the gap on Brexit.

9:33am Friday 26 May 2017

Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood plans free nursery places for three-year-olds

Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood plans free nursery places for three-year-olds

The party would create a new Welsh energy company called Ynni Cymru.

7:03am Friday 26 May 2017

May did not use social media to encourage voter registration, analysis shows

May did not use social media to encourage voter registration, analysis shows

Labour were by far the most active party in encouraging social media users to sign up to vote.

7:13am Friday 26 May 2017
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