The anti-EU party will not contest constituencies the Conservatives won in 2017 in the upcoming general election. But it still hopes to take votes from both of the two biggest parties.
In Labour target constituencies in the North of England, the moratorium applies. But sites in safe Conservative areas in the South East will remain open for business.
In order to win a majority in the upcoming election the Conservative Party is targeting traditional Labour strongholds that voted Leave.
Nearly 60 members of parliament have said they won't run again in 2019. It's worth looking closely at who they are and why they are quitting.
Historically, the Canadian government supported Canadian innovation and discovery. This support will be threatened if a Conservative government is voted in.
Division among the opposition parties continues to play into Boris Johnson's hands.
If he can sell this plan to Brussels, it's game changing – but that's a big 'if'.
Behind the showman, there is a very real strategy.
Inequality has reached untenable levels – public spending and wealth taxes are needed.
The Conservative Party has long positioned itself as the voice of law and order – now that's been shot to bits.
In trying to please everyone, Labour could lose votes on both sides of the Brexit divide.
Based on current trends, the UK could be heading for a hung parliament.
Removing the whip to a group who voted against the government
For much of the 20th Century, UK Conservatives sought to appeal to a broad voter base. The new admiistration is already undermining that ethos.
Findings over the past few months show the two main parties are in terrible shape ahead of this snap vote.
Just what is Boris Johnson, the UK's new prime minister: a liberal or conservative? A historian writing a book about Brexit, the focus of much of Johnson's career, says the man is hard to pin down.
It's not actually unusual for a British prime minister to enter power like this. But does Johnson need a mandate more than most?
Parliamentarians and party members have held their noses and voted in a man deeply unsuited to lead. Now the British public must live with their choice.
Two leadership experts weigh up the characteristics of the Conservative Party leadership hopefuls.
In keeping with the permanent state of political misery induced by Brexit, any outcome of the leadership contest and the subsequent UK-EU politics will make almost everyone unhappy.