The Prime Minister spoke to talkRADIO's Julia Hartley-Brewer as the 2019 general election campaign draws to a close.
Former Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has pledged to go skinny dipping in Loch Ness if the SNP win 50 seats in the election.
Labour election candidate Dr Adrian Heald has slammed the leaking of a recording of a shadow cabinet member criticising Jeremy Corbyn.
The shadow health secretary claimed that Labour faces an "abysmal" situation in parts of the country where voters "can't stand Corbyn".
The Liberal Democrat candidate has said she could never give up campaigning for the UK to stay in the European Union.
The reporter who obtained a picture of a four-year-old asleep on a hospital floor has defended the image, amid allegations it is fake.
The former Labour Mayor of London said he was "worried" about the increasing role of the internet in election campaigning.
It is unclear who he will back at the election, given that no Brexit Party candidates are standing in Conservative-held seats where he is likely to vote.
Four-year-old Jack Williment was pictured sleeping on the floor as he waited for a bed at Leeds General Infirmary.
Former Brexit Party MEP John Longworth called on the Brexit Party leader to give the Tories a "free run".
The pair will take part in their second televised head-to-head debate of the election campaign tonight.
Nigel Farage said he was "disappointed" that three of his MEPs had quit the party in order to support the Prime Minister's Brexit deal.
A junior NHS doctor has taken to public transport to deliver a speech urging commuters to vote in next week’s general election.
The Liberal Democrat has criticised Boris Johnson’s “close relationship” with Donald Trump as the UK hosts a summit of the 29 Nato leaders.
The way the details a potential trade deal with the US were leaked online "closely resembled” Russian dissemination, a report has found.
President Donald Trump has arrived in the UK for a reception at Buckingham Palace to mark the 70th anniversary of Nato.
The father of one victim has asked that his son's death not be used to further an "agenda of hate" and justify "draconian sentences".
The shadow chancellor said talking to local communities showed tackling climate change to be the “number one priority” in every UK region.
Kuldip Sahota is making a formal complaint against his Conservative rival Philip Dunne, who said he was "talking through his turban".
The environmentalist said he was disappointed his son's absence from last night's debate had "taken over" from the issue of climate change.
The ex-Labour MP said the party's plan to change campaign strategy and appeal to Leave voters was "much too late and much too little".
Michael Gove has accused opposition party leaders of a “denial of democracy” after he was refused entry to a leaders’ debate on the climate.
A Conservative candidate has apologised for the "derogatory" remark directed at his Labour rival during a debate in Shropshire.
Christine Jardine told talkRADIO her party would scrap the "abhorrent" Vagrancy Act, which criminalises sleeping on the street.
The Tory candidate has maintained that the NHS is not for sale but argued it would be "madness" not to make health trade deals with the US.
A YouGov poll using data from around 100,000 panellists has said that the Conservatives would win the general election if it was held today.
She said her country will pay a price for the Conservatives’ “obsession” with Brexit and Labour’s “woeful lack of leadership”.
He said he has obtained official documents that show the NHS would be “up for sale” under a post-Brexit trade deal.
The Housing Secretary said “antisemitism will abate in the Labour Party when Jeremy Corbyn is no longer its leader”
He declined multiple opportunities to apologise to the Jewish community after the Chief Rabbi said he was unfit to be Prime Minister.
The Prime Minster has said Conservative members guilty of discrimination are dismissed from the party "first bounce".
Michael Gove has responded to criticism of comments he made about rapper Stormzy on talkRADIO by quoting the grime artist on Twitter..
He has weighed into the election for the first time in history, warning the “overwhelming majority of British Jews are gripped by anxiety”.
All of the 2019 election manifestos have now been published. Here’s your guide to what is being promise ahead of the December 12 poll.
Nearly three million people have registered to vote in the past month, ahead of the 11.59pm November 26 deadline.
He accused Boris Johnson of saying and doing “racist” things, but did not go so far as to call him a racist.
He said the Labour manifesto is “fantasyland stuff”, and defended the Tory manifesto as “an exciting journey of travel”.
Fact-checking organisations have questioned the Conservative Party’s financial figures after it released its manifesto on Sunday.
Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price has promised to create tens of thousands of jobs in a “green jobs revolution” during his manifesto launch.
He said the Institute for Fiscal Studies failed to look at the complete Labour policy before passing judgement on its manifesto.
He accused Labour of pretending it can fund its manifesto without costing most taxpayers.
Sir Keir Starmer has warned Britain “won’t go back to normal” no matter whether Britain leaves the European Union or decides to stay.
The Conservative Party has been accused of misleading voters on social media for the second time in three days.
He promised to break down a system built by the “rich and powerful” at Labour’s manifesto launch in Birmingham.
Jeremy Corbyn will reveal Labour’s manifesto, which is set to include a second Brexit referendum and free broadband for all.
The Liberal Democrat said the two party leaders were both "a threat" to the union of the United Kingdom.
Tory election candidate Lee Anderson suggested sending "nuisance" council house tenants to labour camps and making them live in tents.
The former Labour London Mayor said the Prime Minister is "happy to keep talking about Brexit" because he has no "great political agenda".
Deputy leader Amelia Womack has said if the UK doesn't invest in climate change now, dealing with the effects will be "even more expensive".
The Prime Minister has written a letter to the leader of the opposition ahead of the hour-long showdown, asking him about his Brexit stance.
The Liberal Democrats and SNP have lost a High Court challenge against ITV over its decision to exclude their party leaders from a televised election debate.
The pledge commits the candidates to foster "constructive democratic debate" and to treat their opponents with dignity and respect.
The Labour leader made the jibe after Boris Johnson's address at the annual Confederation of British Industry conference.