They included the Conservative candidate for South Thanet Craig Mackinlay???, who could be sentenced to up to a year's prison if found guilty of declaring false election expenses in the 2015 general election campaign.
People in the North East appear to narrowly support charges for those who use A&E unnecessarily, with 48.9% saying they would back such a policy, with Conservative voters, 77.5%, particularly keen, although Labour voters are more likely to be against the scheme, 38.7% saying yes against 45.6% who said no. Britain's polls have a history of overestimating Labour support - most recently in 2015, when most expected Corbyn's predecessor, Ed Miliband, to win election and become prime minister.
Britain needs to have "difficult conversations" with Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states about the funding of Islamist extremism, opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Sunday, resuming his election campaign after a deadly attack in London.
"A vote for Labour is a vote to reject a divisive second independence referendum and send Nicola Sturgeon a message to get on with the day job of fixing the crisis in our schools and hospitals".
Under pressure after refusing to turn up for a TV debate earlier in the week, May rejected an accusation that she did a U-turn by calling a snap general election, the daily reported.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is on course to win Thursday's election by a much smaller margin than previously predicted, opinion polls showed on Saturday, as her campaign stumbled again, this time over taxation for the wealthy. Four showed her lead narrowing, one showed her lead unchanged and one, ORB, showed it widening to 9 points from six.
But things weren't so simple.
Despite the positive polling figures, Labour were embarrassed by the revelation that party strategist Seumas Milne was overheard talking about campaigning with Mr Corbyn on a crowded train.
She had consistently said she would return with a majority and that Corbyn would lose or, at best, be able to form a coalition, which is not good for Britain.
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Overall, however May turned in one of her strongest performances of this election.
It might not have been the head-to-head many people wanted - which Mr Corbyn said was a "shame" - but the audience didn't hold back when it came to asking hard questions.
"I think it's worth it for a better society in which everyone can achieve something".
The UK's??20 billion Trident nuclear deterrent would be "voided" under Labour, Mr Johnson said.
Mrs May was challenged over the changes during a special BBC Question Time programme, but she insisted the reforms were "fair".
A nurse complained his pay had fallen 14 per cent in real terms.
"But it is worth bearing in mind that the Conservative government is not particularly well-liked", Dr Lelliot said, noting seven years of austerity measures and public-sector pay freezes.
Mrs May was unapologetic.
In one reply, the Labour leader said: "I would view the idea of having to use a nuclear weapon as something that was resulting in a failure in the whole world's diplomatic system".