Comedian says he wants to give the world 'a fair chance'
Exclusive poll shows 47 per cent of the public think Labour would best represent the working class
Our elections guru assesses the various benchmarks that have been proposed for judging Labour’s performance on 8 June
Result is not a 'foregone conclusion,' event organiser tells The Independent
This prospectus, coherent though it is, would require a vast amount of government time and energy at a time when it would be fully occupied by leaving the European Union
The party’s plans and pledges in full
Personal trust matters and the Tories have inevitably framed this election as ‘May versus Corbyn’ to attack Labour’s weak spot
Gap with Conservatives narrows to 15 points, according to two new polls
Two new polls put Jeremy Corbyn's party on 32 per cent
'You really can't just go around making this stuff up', says Shadow Foreign Secretary
How exactly, without countenancing any conceivable use of force, would the Labour leader plan to arrest Bashar al-Assad or any of his henchmen?
Trying to beat the Tories or Ukip with our own brand of negativity is like challenging the devil to a fire-eating contest
Forty-three page report says the party would nationalise the railways and pump cash into the NHS
We have the highest taxes on cigarettes, the highest taxes on wine in Europe, at 55 per cent, and the second highest levied on beer
It is claimed that as many as 100 MPs could resign the whip if the party is thrashed in the election
Historically, though sometimes forgotten, Labour has run efficient and coherent election campaigns. This isn’t one of them, but neither is it the disaster many expected – yet