It’s the first time the BBC has partnered with Twitter in this way. The stream will be available during The BBC Election Debate on 31 May; The two Question Time Leaders Specials on 2 and 4 June; The Newsbeat Youth Debate on 6 June; and finally the Election Night Results Special on 8 June.
It will offer a real-time curated timeline of tweets allowing followers to see immediate commentary from BBC experts and BBC Reality Check.
The coverage will begin on Wednesday evening The BBC Election Debate that will be broadcast live from Cambridge. The Labour-Lib Dem marginal seat was also the most pro-remain in last year’s EU referendum.
Seven senior figures will take part in the debate that will be broadcast live on BBC One. However, the prime minister Theresa May and opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn have both refused to take part. With a little over 24 hours to go Mr Corbyn’s Labour party was yet to name its representative.