Have a look behind the scenes of the UK General Elections with Euronews' Tadgh Enright.
There were accusations of disinformation and fact-checking claims across the political spectrum as the fight for votes intensified.
Whichever way it goes, a government that can't agree will be problematic for Varadkar.
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Jeremy Corbyn appeared in Glasgow on Wednesday morning, where the main divide is between Labour and the Scottish National Party (SNP).
60% of all British nationals resident in EU countries will be unable to vote in the UK's 2nd General Election in three years, which takes place on Thursday. They are barred from doing so because of a 2002 law which prevents people voting after 15 years.
"I honestly believe we can win this seat because there are so many Labour voters here that are saying to me, yes, I'm voting Liberal Democrat because I want to get that rotten conservative government out of Number 10," candidate Paula Ferguson told Euronews.
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A former Labour Party MP has urged voters to back the opposition Conservative Party in the upcoming general election in order to "stop Jeremy Corbyn from becoming prime minister".
Brexit directly impacts Britons living on the continent – but many are barred from voting in the UK general election, while others fear their ballots won’t be counted.
Several UK politicians showed up on a debate stage on Friday night hours after a convicted terrorist killed two people in London.
A cafe/bar in southwest England is helping the homeless to vote in the upcoming election by allowing them to use their address to register.
The left-wing Labour party, in contrast to the Conservatives, is de-emphasising Brexit and concentrating instead on domestic issues in its newly-released manifesto.
Britain's ruling Conservatives registered labourmanifesto.co.uk and used it to criticise their election rivals' proposed programme
"We have a deal that's oven-ready," said Johnson as his Labour rival promised to "give the final say to the people."
The first full week of the UK's General Election campaign proved to be an eventful one.
There was a potentially game-changing development when Nigel Farage stood down hundreds of Brexit Party candidates in Conservative-held seats.
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.
This election is very different from those that came before - because for many voters, it will be something of a second referendum on the Brexit issue.
Acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, leader of the Socialists, failed to put together a workable coalition following the last election, held only months ago in April of this year.
The most important is making sure you are still registered to vote.
A European law expert from Cambridge University says a fourth Brexit extension could follow a UK election.
Professor Kenneth Armstrong's comments to Euronews' Good Morning Europe came as an anticipated third extension to the process for the UK was being discussed by the European Union.
The prime minister wants the UK to go to the polls on December 12, if the EU agrees a Brexit delay until January.
Johnson says a December 12 poll would give parliament time to scrutinize his Brexit bill, but opposition parties want 'no deal' off the table.
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He will, however, again need a partner to gain a majority in parliament. His most likely choices are a three-way coalition with the Greens and the liberal, pro-business Neos, or reviving his coalition with the far-right Freedom Party (FPO).