Left Foot Forward has seen internal Labour campaigning numbers which show that activists have spoken to 655,000 voters in 2010. This could equate to 57,000 extra votes, crucial in a campaign where Labour will be defending 20 seats with majorities of below 1,000.
ConservativeHome's Tim Montgomerie says David Cameron has agreed to allow immigration to become a central theme of campaigning, especially in target seats. The language will be tougher, too.
A new YouGov poll of Westminster voting intentions in Wales points to a 6.6 per cent swing to the Tories since the May 2005 general election, notes Mike Smithson on PoliticalBetting.
"While I didn't win, I've come out of the Gateshead selection incredibly upbeat." Hopi Sen on his failed attempt to become a PPC.
Did Gordon Brown give the MoD enough money to fight the Iraq war? Gary Gibbon, watching the PM's performance at the Chilcot inquiry, says "Brown rattled off figures at a rate that had the stenographer truly taxed".
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