The "dementia tax" has made waves in the marginals - and not in a good way.
With a population split between whites and Asian Muslims, in some ways Nelson in Lancashire feels like similar-sized towns in Ulster: two communities separated by a gulf of non-communication.
With Brexit, "we" made something happen. Labour's popular policies cannot compete.
The Prime Minister's manifesto has taken ideas from Burke, Beveridge, and Blue Labour, but she can't escape the pull of neo-liberalism.
Across the rich world, life expectancy has risen consistently since the 1930s. For some, that trend is starting to reverse.
The youngest-ever shadow education secretary takes a more pragmatic stance than other Jeremy Corbyn backers and is increasingly spoken of as a future Labour leader.
Theresa May has smartly borrowed popular policies that Ed Miliband was not trusted to implement.
The Prime Minister is more sceptical of the market and less hostile towards the state.
The Conservatives' pledges on social care are genuinely redistributive - but they may struggle in the Commons.
Whatever the outcome of the general election on 8 June, the next government will no longer treat the state as an illegitimate actor.
The former chancellor says in an Evening Standard editorial that no senior cabinet ministers back the net migration target - and he's right.
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