Boris Johnson has moved to postpone May’s local elections for a year amid the coronavirus crisis.
Number 10 has insisted May’s local elections will go ahead in defiance of a call by the official watchdog to postpone them amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Labour bosses have been urged to close a loophole which saw a senior SNP politician given a vote in the party's leadership election.
One in three British voters "held their nose" and picked the least-worst political party at last year's general election, according to new research from electoral reform campaigners.
Keir Starmer is on course for a decisive win in Labour’s leadership contest, while Angela Rayner is the frontrunner in the deputy race, according to a new poll.
The Tories raked in a record-breaking £37 million in donations ahead of the election, almost four-times more than Labour.