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May wobbles over social care policy U-turn but accuses Corbyn of scaring vulnerable pensioners

Bad day on stump: May seeks to "clarify" social care policy but opponents accuse her of humiliating U-turn. BBC/PA wire

THERESA May has suffered her worst day of the election campaign so far after a dramatic U-turn on social care put her on the defensive and opened her up to attacks of a “manifesto meltdown”.

10:32pm Monday 22 May 2017

May accused of "meltdown" after U-turn on social care policy

Strong and stable? May's wobble continued as she looked frustrated at questions about "dementia tax"

THERESA May has been accused of being in “full meltdown” after performing a dramatic U-turn on her social care policy.

12:45pm Monday 22 May 2017

Election 'a question of trust' says Theresa May as she defends care costs cap U-turn

Election 'a question of trust' says Theresa May as she defends care costs cap U-turn

Theresa May said the General Election is a "question of trust" as she sought to defend her dramatic U-turn on social care policy amid signs that controversy over a so-called "dementia tax" was hurting Conservatives in the polls.

9:14pm Monday 22 May 2017

TV debate: Sturgeon calls public sector pay cap 'unsustainable'

Nicola Sturgeon pictured with Paul Nuttall of Ukip during the ITV leaders' debate

Nicola Sturgeon has warned that the public sector pay cap is “unsustainable” in the first televised leaders’ showdown of the election.

10:26pm Thursday 18 May 2017

Senior Tories call on May to scrap 'waste of money' triple lock on pensions

Theresa May speaks to employees at a ScrewFix distribution centre in Stoke On Trent (Dan Kitwood/ WPA Pool / Getty Images).

A former Conservative minister has urged Theresa May to scrap the ‘triple lock’ on pensions in her manifesto.

6:40pm Tuesday 16 May 2017

May attacks Corbyn after polls suggest gap between Labour and the Tories narrowing

Prime Minister Theresa May (Toby Melville/ Getty Images).

Theresa May will today launch a renewed attack on Jeremy Corbyn after a shock poll suggested her party’s lead over Labour has halved in just a week.

12:08am Monday 22 May 2017

Theresa May labelled 'scared' by fellow leaders for skipping TV debate

Theresa May labelled 'scared' by fellow leaders for skipping TV debate

Theresa May was accused of running scared after dodging a TV debate with the leaders of rival parties.

9:16pm Thursday 18 May 2017

Super-college chair admits sharing anti-SNP material online

Alisdair Barron screengrab

THE chair of Scotland’s largest college is under fire after circulating criticism of the SNP’s education record on social media.

12:10am Saturday 20 May 2017

The Sunday Herald hustings

The Sunday Herald hustings

How do we improve pupil results in our education system?

12:09am Sunday 21 May 2017

SNP formally take the reigns of power at Glasgow City Council for first time in its 80-year existence

New Glasgow City Council leader makes pledge as SNP takes control

A PIECE of political history has been marked in Scotland's biggest city with the SNP formally taking the reins of power for the first time in its 80-year existence.

6:36pm Thursday 18 May 2017
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