- For our special General Election 2017 features, our reporter Russell Hookey went to Luton to test the political mood there.
There are six candidates standing in Luton South:
- Ali Abid, Independent
- Dean Russell, Conservative
- Marc Scheimann, The Green Party
- Gavin Shuker, Labour
- Andrew Strange, Liberal Democrats
- Ujjawal Ub, UKIP
- For our special General Election 2017 features, our reporter Victoria Lampard went to Ipswich to test the political mood there.
There are six candidates standing in Ipswich:
- Charlotte Armstrong, Green
- Tony Gould, UKIP
- Ben Gummer, Conservative
- Adrian Hyyrylainen-Trett, Lib Dem
- Sandy Martin, Labour
- David Tabane, Independent
- For our special General Election 2017 features, our reporter Chloe Keedy went to Cambridge to test the political mood there.
There are five candidates standing in Cambridge:
- Keith Garrett, Rebooting Democracy
- John Hayward, Conservative
- Julian Huppert, Lib Democrats
- Stuart Tuckwood, The Green Party
- Daniel Zeichner, Labour
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The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has challenged the Prime Minister to join him for a live TV debate in Cambridge tonight.Read the full story ›
A political researcher from the University of East Anglia this election could spell the end of UKIP as a political force.Read the full story ›
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The deadline to register to vote in the next general election is midnight tonight. Here are the details how you can sign up.Read the full story ›
A pub in Norwich has come up an unusual way to encourage people to register to vote in the general election... by offering them a free pint.
The offer is specifically for those who have not yet registered, but sign up before the deadline at midnight tonight.
Benjamin Thompson, landlord of The Plasterers Arms, said a several people have claimed their free drinks.
"I think it's really important that people that people use the vote that they have and express their voice.
"We're not a political organisation, but we're a trusted community business, and because we're talking about it, people are pricking up their ears and thinking maybe it is worth something."