Labour has said it will "bring communities together" with free internet for homes and businesses, but the Lib Dems say it is too expensive.
Deputy leader Sir Ed Davey will say in a speech today that the plan will see Britain become a world leader in wind and tidal power.
Donald Trump's former chief strategist praised the Brexit Party leader for his electoral strategy.
The outgoing European Council president urged Remain campaigners not to "give up" in their fight to stop Brexit.
Nicola Sturgeon will join Jo Swinson in taking legal action after being excluded from a televised leaders' debate ahead of the election.
Richard Tice has said all nominations for Brexit Party candidates have been submitted, despite pressure to withdraw from marginal seats.
The Conservative's have pledged to cut overall immigration, while hitting out at Labour policy, saying Jeremy Corbyn would see it "surge".
The Brexit Party were still running anti-Boris adverts in Tory seats after promising to stand down candidates, talkRADIO can reveal.
Locals in Haringey blocked the path of Jo Swinson's campaign bus in protest at cuts brought on by the Conservative-Lib Dem coalition.
The former Justice Secretary told talkRADIO a parliamentary majority for his former party would mean "essentially a no-deal Brexit".
The activist has gained notoriety for appearing in the background of news broadcasts outside Parliament and shouting "Stop Brexit".
Jo Swinson has said her party would invest £500 million into youth services to combat knife crime if they win the election on December 12.
Health funding will get a £26 billion boost under a Labour government, funded by taxing the richest in society, the party has promised.
The Brexit Party MEP has said she is looking forward to retiring from politics when she gives birth to her third child, due in March.
Dominic Grieve has labelled Boris Johnson a "liar" but said he will do "everything possible" to stop Jeremy Corbyn becoming Prime Minister.
The Labour Party has said that it has experienced a “sophisticated and large scale cyber attack” on its digital platforms.
The Brexit Party leader has told talkRADIO he is "not for sale" after speculation that he stood down candidates in exchange for a Lordship.
The Prime Minister will chair the Cobra meeting this afernoon after the north of England was hit by severe flooding last week.
The Prime Minister had claimed on the campaign trail he would not drink until Brexit is sorted.
Nigel Farage has said the Brexit Party will not contest the 317 seats won by the Conservatives at the last general election.
Keith Vaz, who was suspended from the House of Commons for six months, will not stand for re-election after 32 years in Parliament.
The leader of the SNP has said a vote for her party would be a chance to "escape Brexit" and put Scotland's future back in its own hands.
Conservative candidate Antony Calvert has been placed "under review" after talkRADIO uncovered a series of his Facebook posts.
The Tory candidate said he "couldn't understand" the PM's Brexit deal, but argued it was in the interests of the country to get it "done".
The Liberal Democrats, Plaid Cymru and the Green Party will not run candidates against each other in 60 seats in the December 12 election.
Stewart Jackson has dismissed a Remain alliance formed by the Liberal Democrats, Plaid Cymru and the Green Party.
Tony Blair's former spin doctor said a hung Parliament would keep the possibility of a second referendum "alive".
The former Labour minister and aide to Gordon Brown has urged voters to back Boris Johnson at the general election.
The parties will not run candidates against each other in a number of seats in the election on December 12.
The former Commons Speaker revealed his true thoughts on Brexit at a meeting in London.
The Sky News presenter conducted an interview with an empty chair while the Tory Party chairman was speaking to talkRADIO.
Ms Berger left Labour to found the Independent Group for Change, before joining the Liberal Democrats in September.
Today is the first day of the five-week general election campaign period, after Parliament was dissolved in the early hours of this morning.
Jo Swinson has said stopping Brexit would generate a £50 billion "remain bonus" that her party would put into public services.
The cabinet minister slated the Labour leader's Brexit policy, joking that it was "as clear as an apology from Vicky Pollard".
Labour’s Angela Rayner has branded Boris Johnson, Nigel Farage and Donald Trump as “hard right nasty thugs” in a tweet over the weekend.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has revealed the party's 600 candidates for the general election.
After John Bercow announced he would be leaving the role after a decade, a number of MPs have confirmed their interest in the position.
It is accompanied by a sign which blames opposition parties for the Brexit delay.
The Liberal Democrat MP said his party's "number one priority" was preventing Britain's exit from the EU, but insisted the party had numerous other policies.
Labour MP Sir Lindsay Hoyle has been elected as the new Speaker in the House of Commons after four rounds of voting.
He said he doesn't know who to vote for in the general election, which he predicts will be "one of the nastiest in living history".
Nigel Farage said his party would "contest every seat" at the next election unless the Prime Minister agreed to form a pact with his party.
Mr Vara - who is one of nine vying to become the next Speaker - said John Bercow had left the role under a "dark cloud".
Ex-Conservative MP Antoinette Sandbach has joined the Liberal Democrats ahead of the December 12 election.
Legislation triggering an early general election on December 12 has become law after receiving Royal Assent.
Calls for a peerage for John Bercow have been pouring in as the outgoing Speaker chairs his final parliamentary session today.
The Tory MP admitted he didn't read messages sent to him via social media to protect his "sanity".
The ex-Labour Mayor of London said the Prime Minister needed to be in Downing Street "sorting out the mess".
Liz Truss has called for a different way of thinking on identity and equality, saying no one wants to be the “token woman”.
Jeremy Corbyn criticised “the elite” as he launched Labour's election campaign in his first major speech ahead of the December 12 poll.