Flying start - two words that sum up the beginning of Labour's general election campaign. In five days, Jeremy Corbyn has shown he has the passion and the plan in place to transform Britain in the interests of the many. Already, Corbyn has outperformed May significantly, dominating the news agenda and travelling across the country to lay out Labour's vision for a rebuilt and transformed Britain.
The normalisation of xenophobia in our political discourse and media is having a real impact on the lives of real people. If you value equality, respect and human dignity, then this election is the time for you to step up. Your vote is your pledge - your pledge to stand against the bigotry that is being mainstreamed in our politics and public spaces. Here are five ways that you can directly challenge xenophobia in the course of this general election...
Labour, Liberal Democrat and Ukip activists will be working hard over the coming weeks to prevent a Tory win. The polls will inevitably get closer. And the Conservatives? If we want a win that will be remembered for generations then we will have to go toe to toe with them all.
Equally never has it been a more important for science to stand up and be heard. At a time when fake news is rife and independent experts face challenges in getting their message heard, the aim of the March for Science is to celebrate the vital role that science plays in everyone's lives and to respect and encourage research that gives us insight into the world. We want to champion science and the cross-border collaborations that are vital for progress.
A progressive alliance with tactical voting in key constituencies is the single best hope of preventing a Tory government - which at this crucial moment in British history should be every progressive's patriotic concern. Far from ruling it out, Jeremy Corbyn should be figuring out how to make it work.
This election leaves us with a clear choice. A choice of stability and a clear vision for Brexit provided by Theresa May and the Conservative Party, or the other choice, a Labour Party lead by Jeremy Corbyn with no clear vision on Brexit and a party that cannot unite behind him.
We are calling on you to vote, have your say and remind politicians that you are here, you matter, and you deserve a Brexit that works for you.
Elections create winners and losers. Politicians like to claim that their policies will benefit everyone, '[e]very person, every family, every business, every community the length and breadth of the United Kingdom - England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland', to quote Theresa May. Sadly, this isn't the case.
There's only one story in town this week - and for once it's not Brexit. The Huff Post Politics team discuss just why Theresa May has gone back on her word and called a General Election. They weigh up whether Jeremy Corbyn has what it takes to be the next Prime Minister and stick their necks out and predict the outcome of the 8 June vote.
Individuals are increasingly turning to social media to express their political views, and these posts can become heated and hostile. Employers should consider implementing policies to prevent employees from using workplace social media or the employer's IT resources to harass their colleagues or attribute personal political opinions to the employer.
Yes, Prime Minister. I couldn't agree with you more. We gain from Europe. We need to stop this economic self-amputation. This is the best chance we have. May has made this election a Brexit election, so tell her exactly what you think. Vote Lib Dem on the 8th of June and ask other people to do the same. We can stop a hard Brexit now.
Whatever the outcome of this election, one thing is absolutely crystal clear. The next few weeks, are going to be very very interesting, and I mean that in the Chinese sense of the word.
It's true that a Labour majority is almost impossible; it's been incredibly unlikely ever since the SNP's dominance over Scotland became cemented, and Labour's weak polling position only confirms that improbability. But that doesn't mean a Tory majority is inevitable...
Theresa May enters this general election campaign with the largest lead of any Prime Minister in living memory has had at the beginning of the campaign - so why is Theresa May refusing to take part in debates with her rivals Jeremy Corbyn and Tim Farron, as well as the SNP, Ukip and the Greens?
We need to get rid of the Tories and get Labour back into power regardless of how weak a leader you may think Corbyn is. He has some brilliant policies so focus on them! On June 8th, get out there, and vote for the party who care about people. And that party is Labour.
Corbyn is a man who understands this, and that is why I will vote for him, and this is why we should be confident about extolling his virtues to those who are undecided, victims to media manipulation, and who can, with the right information, make an informed choice about Labour's manifesto.