Extensive UK General Election 2019 coverage on Mancunian Matters of all the results through the night after a day of voting.
As the final opinion polls are released, all the debates complete and with less than an hour until the polls open, the 2019 general election campaign is at an end.
Labour has announced that it will launch regional manifestos across the country to bring “wealth, power and prosperity” to communities.
After Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn faced off on Tuesday night, the Liberal Democrats, SNP, Brexit Party and Greens were given airtime to speak to the nation.
MPs have voted overwhelmingly in support of the Prime Minister Theresa May’s call for a snap election on June 8.
Long-term Labour MP Ann Coffey has described the Scottish National Party as a ‘nasty strain of nationalism’ after securing her re-election in Stockport last night.
If Facebook likes were seats, the election result would be a coalition between Ukip and the Tories, with Twitter’s left-leaning community rooting for a Labour alliance with the Greens and SNP.
With General Election day rolling steadily closer, it’s looking increasingly as though Scotland – and the Scottish National Party in particular – could have a decisive influence on its outcome.
With parliament dissolved, all MPs are returning to their constituencies. The door knocking, letter dropping and sign erecting begins.
Millions will be watching Salford tonight as the leaders of the country’s biggest political parties take part in the first televised debate of the election season.
The public’s negative opinion of the coalition government could have a ‘profound impact’ on the electoral success of UKIP, the Greens and the SNP, according to Manchester University research.