The Lib Dems revoke the revoke, church leaders urge truthfulness and Labour turn their focus to the NHS.
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The Liberal Democrats have stopped campaigning to revoke Article 50.
It comes after concerns about its unpopularity on the doorstep.
The party will instead turn their focus to concentrating on the people's vote.
Meanwhile, Jeremy Corbyn will try to steer his party’s campaign back towards the NHS after a facing a difficult day on the issue of anti-semitism in the Labour party.
The Conservatives will also want to move the focus onto their agenda again after the party was accused by the Muslim Council of Britain of “denial, dismissal and deceit” with regards to Islamophobia within its ranks.
It comes after the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Scotland issued a pastoral letter to be read out at services, calling on members of the congregation to elect MPs who “reflect as close as possible their beliefs”.
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