The Democratic National Convention has been exquisitely stage-managed and disciplined. But is it enough to overcome Trump’s news-cycle grabbing interventions?
Frontman Matt Healy perhaps isn’t aware that the Electoral Commission is not, in fact, the government (or believes that this is part of a wider conspiracy).
Independent, Green Party backed candidate Alexander Van der Bellen has won the Austrian presidential election
The ward-by-ward breakdown of the London result defies much of the initial punditry.
The shadow home secretary faces a tough battle, but he has a real chance.
Although the government had to make concessions, the bulk of its agenda got through.
The Democratic candidate has deftly moved the debate to the left.
The national spending limits have never been met at a general election and, in truth, it’s not even very close. But there are local spending limits too.
It is Facebook’s vast population, not its algorithm or its curators, that has made Trump a social media force.
The longterm trends make this seat a tricky contest for the party, but it is a narrow favourite in June.
It is the forces of Brexit that have suffered in the local elections, argues Will Straw.
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