The Libdems launched their election platform this week, pledging to hire more teachers, create a frequent flyer tax and legalise cannabis. But what has been making the headlines is their radical stance on Brexit.
The Metropolitan Police said in a statement on Saturday that it "has received two allegations of electoral fraud and malpractice" relating to the December 12 snap election.
A media non-profit organisation announced on Wednesday that it has launched a legal challenge to force the British government to release a report on alleged Russian interference in the UK’s Brexit vote and British politics.
"John Bercow is probably the most rock-and-roll politician in the whole Brexit saga," Michael Schack, a Belgian DJ and drummer explained.
The pact, which does not include the largest opposition party, Labour, is expected to hold for some 60 of the 650 seats up for grabs in the House of Commons.
There has been a surge in registration among voters aged under 25 since Boris Johnson announced Britain would be holding a snap general election on December 12.
The US President told Nigel Farage in a radio interview that Corbyn would be "so bad" and take the UK "into such bad places".
John Bercow, the well-known speaker of the UK parliament, cried "orderrrr!" at MPs for the final time on Thursday.
Britain's main opposition Labour party officially kicked off its election campaign on Thursday.
European leaders on Thursday welcomed the announcement that a Brexit deal has been reached but reactions from across the Channel suggest the fight to get it passed by parliamentarians will be tough.
Intensive Brexit talks will continue on Monday after the weekend’s discussions brought no breakthrough between London and Brussels.
British government to prorogue parliament — again
Sending the right message is important in politics, but an irritated aide to Boris Johnson may have taken it too far by snatching a coffee out of his hand in front of television cameras.
The prime minister said he disagreed with but would respect the ruling that his suspension of parliament was unlawful - while remaining committed to delivering Brexit.
That would give Boris Johnson, the embattled British Prime Minister, just 12 days to lay out his alternative proposals to the backstop arrangement — the insurance policy worked into the Withdrawal Agreement to prevent the erection of a physical border in Northern Ireland.
Ex-British PM John Major, perhaps, is best prepared to understand what Boris Johnson is currently going through having himself battled against his lawmakers over the European Union when at the helm of the country.
In her first major speech since she was elected leader of Britain's Liberal Democrats, Jo Swinson vowed to cancel Brexit, attacking both Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn for their policies.
The Prime Minister said in an interview with the Daily Mail that the U.K. would exit the European Union like the Hulk: "The madder Hulk gets, the stronger Hulk gets."
As British political parties start campaigning for a general election that has yet to be agreed upon, a new poll has found that it would be in the opposition's interest to delay the vote until after the October 31 Brexit deadline.
Amber Rudd, one of the few Remain-supporting ministers in Boris Johnson's Cabinet, resigned on Saturday evening, accusing the British leader of having conducted an "assault on decency and democracy" by expelling rebel lawmakers from the party.
Anti-government protesters have gathered in Westminster as MPs ready for a vital Brexit vote. Some protesters carried placards bearing anti-Boris Johnson and anti-Brexit slogans.
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson suffered his first parliamentary defeat on Tuesday which could derail his plans for the country to leave the EU by October 31.
The odds in the event of a snap election remained in Boris Johnson's favour, despite dipping slightly, after his defeat in parliament on Wednesday
''Everyone will have the food they need" after Brexit, said government minister Michael Gove.
Crowds in London began to gain momentum on Saturday (31 August) as a growing number of people joined the protest against Prime Minister Boris Johnson's suspension of Parliament in the run-up to the Brexit.
'What a crazy time': Europe reacts to Johnson's parliament suspension plan for Brexit