We spent the day traversing some of London's most marginal constituencies, to see what young campaigners and activists were doing on polling day.
When polls open, it's older voters - your nan and grandad - who'll vote Tory. So pick up the phone and call them, you might just change their mind.
They've told us we'll lose and that we're stupid, that Labour is dead and we don't deserve a better quality of life. Do you know what? Josie Long reckons you should vote Labour anyway.
Corbyn’s nuanced approach to negotiating peace and understanding has been consistent for decades, and has ultimately been proved right, argues James Butler.
There's quite literally no evidence to suggest this is true. It's fake news. But this election is increasingly dominated by false stories and non-facts. Both the Conservative Party and our right-wing press are responsible.
Volunteer developers have built a game that sees Jeremy Corbyn chasing bankers while Theresa May lobs champagne bottles at him from a helicopter.
A London prison has been occupied by direct action group Sisters Uncut, determined to put domestic violence services at the heart of this general election.
It would be easier to stick our fingers in our ears and sing God Save The Queen, but Corbyn is right to address how foreign policy and terrorism are linked.
At GIRLI's first gig, male promoters laughed in her face. Now she's demanding all young people be listened to, whether it's on stage or at the ballot box.
Labour have just pledged to scrap all tuition fees from 2018, even if you're starting university this September or you're already studying for a degree.
Up to a thousand protestors descended on Yarl's Wood Detention Centre on Saturday to demand the closure of prisons that lock up asylum seekers indefinitely.
This general election is like Bee Movie: we are comrades in a class struggle as a queen watches on. It's time for less 'thinking me', more 'thinking bee'.