'Dark side' of political campaigning online

The coordinator of the Labour campaign has told Sky news that there is “a dark side” to targeted political campaigning online. Ian Lavery told Sky News: “Digital’s really important for this campaign. All parties are using social networks to...

May slammed for no-show in noisy TV debate

A noisy and ill-tempered TV election debate began and ended with Jeremy Corbyn and the UK’s minor parties condemning Theresa May for failing to turn up. In a seven-way debate, the Home Secretary Amber Rudd stood in for the Prime Minister and was attacked over...

Labour says fare cap will save passengers £1,000

Labour has returned its focus to the railways after claiming that passengers would be £1,000 better off” if they were to win the General Election. The party has already said that it would renationalise the network were it to be in Government, bringing franchises...

General Election: Five key seats to watch

The 2017 General Election will be remembered by history as the Brexit election. But the overall story will be woven from a range of sub-plots that will play out across the 650 parliamentary constituencies that determine the outcome. Will Theresa May’s gamble to...

NHS 'faces care rationing without more cash'

Patients face rationing of NHS care unless the next Government commits significantly more funding to the service, a leading health think-tank has told Sky News. The King’s Fund says that after the deepest funding squeeze in health service history the NHS is...