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Prime Minister Theresa May has called for an early General Election to be held on June 8.
In a statement made in Downing Street, Mrs May said: “I have concluded the only way to guarantee certainty and security for years ahead is to hold this election.
The General Election runners and riders in seven north and mid Staffordshire constituencies have been unveiled.
And more than 10 parties are in the race in Stoke-on-Trent, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Stone, Stafford and Staffordshire Moorlands.
StaffsLive reporters Tom Parry and James McDougall take a look at the favourites, outside bets…and donkeys!
Stoke-on-Trent General Election candidates locked horns in a Question Time style debate chaired by Staffordshire University professor of politics Mick Temple.
Hundreds packed into Staffordshire University’s new Science Building on Leek Road as audience members fired questions at the candidates on a range of major issues.
Stafford MP Jeremy Lefroy has called for the voting age to be lowered to 16.
The Conservative MP was speaking to a number of students at Stafford College during a debate with Labour candidate Kate Godfrey.
More than a third of people in two Staffordshire constituencies earn less than the living wage, shocking figures show.
Stoke-on-Trent North was third highest in a study of all West Midlands constituencies, with 36.6% of people earning below £7.85 an hour.
Stoke-on-Trent Central MP Tristram Hunt blasted rivals UKIP days after they secured their second seat in Parliament, branding them the “politics of anger”.