Theresa May put forward her case for "strong and stable leadership" in her first election campaign speech since MPs voted in favour of a General Election.
She appealed to voters to "give me the mandate I need to lead Britain, give me the mandate to speak for Britain, give me the mandate to fight for Britain and give me the mandate to deliver for Britain".
She said she's going to "fight a positive and optimistic campaign".
Former Cornish Liberal Democrat MP Andrew George asks people to decide whether he should stand in general election
Theresa May's press secretary has quit following the Prime Minister's announcement of a snap General Election.
Labour leader switches campaign focus to "super-sized" school classes as he warns children are “crammed into classrooms like sardines”.