HuffPost UK joins the campaign trail as the PM relaxes with quadratic equations and maintains the energy of a 'butcher's dog' despite the chaos and jitters around him.
Prime minister vows to press ahead with digital services tax for firms like Google and Amazon despite US threatening trade war with France over similar measures.
"Of course preparations will remain extant, there's no reason to dismantle them," the prime minister said as he launched his 'Brexit roadmap'.
Prime minister has been accused of "running scared" by Labour after Jeremy Corbyn endured a bruising interview with the veteran broadcaster.
Philip Dunne will not be suspended despite telling Sikh candidate he was "talking through his turban".
But Sajid Javid's former special adviser Salma Shah tells HuffPost UK the prime minister must also say sorry for his comments about Muslim women.
Chancellor says PM was trying to "defend the rights of Muslims" when he said women looked like "letter-boxes" and "bank robbers".
Government decided against changing the law after it concluded voters did not believe Jeremy Corbyn's election claims.
Lee Anderson caught setting up a supportive doorstep chat with a friendly "voter" who is actually his mate.
WhatsApp memes accusing Labour of being “anti-Indian” and enabling grooming gangs circulate among voters – but will they affect the election result?
Ian Lavery distances party from party members call for Kashmiris to have the right to self-determination, as Indian nationalist-linked groups campaign against Labour.
Northern Tories want the Brexit Party to stand aside in target seats held by Labour as experts warn Farage's offer is not a game changer for Boris Johnson.
Ed Hall helped change the law on gay and lesbian rights in the armed forces, admires Remainer Tories and once supported David Cameron - but now wants a no-deal Brexit.
HuffPost UK also understands that the Dover Conservative party is exploring whether it can support independent Charlie Elphicke rather than run its own election candidate.
Former Tory justice secretary David Gauke says MPs were promised a vote to avoid a second no-deal Brexit 'trapdoor'.
"Vile slurs" of Jack Irvine criticised by Women and Equalities Minister Liz Truss on the day he was hired as director of campaign communications by Nigel Farage's party.