Just one more day to go. And then we find out if the most poisonous political culture this country has seen will win a mandate.
Newly registered voters could play a key role in the outcome of nearly 30 seats the Tories are hoping to win tomorrow, according to figures seen by Politics.co.uk.
Constituency provides a glimpse of whether a British social-democrat coalition of voters can hold together.
The surge of newly registered voters is not located in the 'red wall' of northern and Midlands marginal seats Labour is fighting to hold.
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The need to reduce congestion and to improve air quality has put us on the brink of immeasurable change.
Find out which government department produces the most popular videos on Twitter.
Apart from the Tories, all the main parties have turned against criminalisation, without a hint of press outrage.
Tory manifesto laid bare. Boris Johnson is making all the same old Theresa May mistakes, one by one.
Planning for people
The English planning system is under review. This video explains the issues and loopholes that lie in the current (and proposed) planning policy. It describes how we’d like to shape it to work for local people and the countryside, rather than to profit developers. Find out more at www.cpre.org.uk/planningforpeople
Humanists UK has welcomed the release of a new report which documents the persecution faced by humanists, atheists, and other non-religious people, including in 70 countries that have severe punishments for leaving a religion or expressing non-religious beliefs.
Doctors using instant messaging apps to communicate with colleagues are being advised to check their organisation’s policy and to avoid sharing patient identifiable information. The Medical Defence Union (MDU) issued the advice in its Student Notes journal, but says the advice is applicable to qualified doctors too.
Treasury ministers should review and respond to the loan charge review within days of a new government being formed, the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has said.
Political parties should think twice before launching ‘rabbit out of a hat’ tax policies during the election campaign, where they commit themselves to a new idea or major reform out of the blue without consulting or preparing the ground in advance, says the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT).