Blair's successor in Leave-voting Sedgefield, Phil Wilson, has a fight on his hands against Tory Paul Howell.
Jeremy Corbyn ally says he is "not somebody who will sit on the fence" as he makes eve-of-poll appeal to voters over the NHS.
Boris Johnson's 'lack of empathy' toward sick boy sleeping on hospital floor is deemed a key factor amid fears of NHS privatisation.
PM says he is 'certainly looking at' scrapping licence fee as fears mount BBC could be on the table in US-UK trade talks.
Experts, industry figures and campaigners look at whether Jeremy Corbyn's key pledges on tax, Brexit and the NHS stand up.
The SNP leader talks sexism, Scottish independence and John McDonnell's claim her party will be "annihilated" if it doesn't back Jeremy Corbyn at Westminster.
Housing charity Shelter debunks chancellor's claims that homelessness peaked in 2008 and has dropped ever since.
Activists have had ribs cracked, been punched in the face, and called 'traitors' – the word used by MP Jo Cox's murderer when he appeared in court in 2017.
Jack Merritt's father asked politicians to avoid “draconian” measures - but the PM immediately penned a Mail on Sunday article.
Labour rival Kuldip Sahota says he was "shamed and humiliated" by Dunne's "talking through his turban" comment.
Conservatives lavish praise on Brexit Party leader for "good call" on election pact which could deliver a majority for Boris Johnson.