UK Election 2024: The headlines | BBC News

Here are the UK’s general election headlines for Friday 21 June.

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has accused Rishi Sunak of a “total lack of leadership” in his handling of betting allegations, saying the prime minister should suspend the Conservative candidates accused of betting on the date of the general election.

Sunak repeated that anyone found to have broken gambling rules will be booted out of the Conservative party, adding that a criminal investigation is now taking place into the matter.

Liberal Democrats leader Ed Davey made the most of the good weather in Norfolk by taking a dip in the North Sea. Today, the party was focusing on its NHS dentistry policy, pledging an extra £750m funding in England.

Meanwhile, Nigel Farage, the leader of Reform UK, said during an interview with the BBC that Europe and Nato provoked the war in Ukraine.

New figures have revealed how much money political parties raised during the second week of the campaign – Labour received more than £4.3m, Reform raised almost £750,000, and the Conservatives received less than £300k, lower than the amount brought in by the Lib Dems, which stood at £335,000.

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