The polarised electorate now has a critical choice to make.
The Dec 12 election will decide the fate of Brexit.
Labour Party says leaked documents show Conservatives are plotting to offer NHS for sale in trade talks with US.
“Boris Johnson is not fit [...] not just because he lies but also because he is complicit in stoking division and fear.”
The manifesto aims at drawing a distinction with Labour, which has promised to raise taxes on the rich and businesses.
Party leader Jeremy Corbyn calls it "the most radical and ambitious plan to transform our country in decades".
Social media is proving to be one of the key battlegrounds in Britain ahead of the Dec 12 election.
At a meeting of the WTO’s Goods Council, fifteen countries raised concern over the so-called Tariff Rate Quotas.
"Brexit (uncertainty) made it too risky to put a Gigafactory in the UK," Elon Musk says.
Moody’s says Britain’s 1.8 trillion pounds ($2.30tr) of public debt risks rising again.
Johnson says lawmakers are "refusing time and again to deliver Brexit and honour the result of the referendum".
Labour is trailing the Conservatives by 11 percentage points in a poll of polls compiled by Britain Elects.
“It's a matter of deep regret,” says PM Johnson; criticises Trump for saying his deal would prevent British-US trade.
Nigel Farage urges PM Johnson to follow Donald Trump’s advice and form a “non-aggression” pact with his Brexit Party.
"This deal [...] you can't do it, you can't trade. We can't make a trade deal with the UK," Trump says.
British PM blames opposition Labour party for failure to exit Europe.
"There is only one way to get Brexit done in the face of this unrelenting parliamentary obstructionism," says UK PM.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to once again ask lawmakers to approve an early election — on December 12.
Johnson will respond to the EU’s delay offer once he has reviewed the details, his spokesman says.
EU member states will wait for Britain's reply to its delay offer before launching a "written procedure".
"Parliament cannot hold the country hostage any longer," Johnson says late on Saturday.
UK premier tells opposition leader to "man up" and accept snap election.
The opposition Labour Party has long said it cannot back an election until a so-called no deal Brexit is off the table.
European Council President Donald Tusk says on Twitter he had recommended late on Tuesday that EU leaders back a delay.
Under current plans, if Britain pulls out of the EU, the Kolpak system for cricketers will end by 2021.
Britain could even still crash out with no deal next week.
British PM hopes parliament supports revised withdrawal deal struck in Brussels and passes legislation in three days.
"The motion will not be debated today because it would be repetitive and disorderly to do so," says John Bercow.
"We are going to leave on October 31. We have the means and the ability to do so,” says govt's Brexit planning chief.
"I will now start consulting EU leaders on how to react," says European Council President Donald Tusk.