In case you hadn't heard, there's a General Election next month...

Our political reporter Hannah Miller is on the campaign trail across the North West, joining party leaders and candidates in some of key battlegrounds for this campaign.

You can catch up with her video diaries here, where she'll keep you up to date up on the day's campaigning news, and give you a taste of life on the road from a roving political journalist:

  • 12 November: "Education, Education, Education"...

The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn arrived in the North West for the third time in a week.

He was in one of those key seats his party wants to hold onto - Blackpool South - and keen to talk about education.

But is Brexit still at the back of everyone's minds?

  • 15 November: All aboard the battle busses

All eyes were on the North West today as the Conservative Party's battle bus was launched.

Boris Johnson tried his hand at making a stick of rock in Blackpool, before heading to Thornton-Cleveleys to announce £500 million to get rail networks back on track.

Here's the view from the road of a busy campaign day:

Meanwhile Jeremy Corbyn was in Lancaster to launch a new digital plan that would see big corporations' taxes fund free broadband for the whole country.

This page will be updated as other party leaders visit the region.

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