The Prime Minister offers rare continuity with David Cameron but vows to re-examine how the money is spent.
The chance of Jeremy Corbyn becoming prime minister may appear too small for a "fear factor" to aid the Conservatives.
The Labour leader and Yvette Cooper previewed what will be one of their party's defining attack lines.
The former Chancellor will concentrate on editing the Evening Standard instead.
With an early election scheduled for 8 June 2017, some familiar faces are hitting the campaign trail...
The PM's suggestion that the enemies of Brexit have to be defeated at the polls corrodes democracy.
A victory for Theresa May will be a mandate for the most right wing, nationalist and authoritarian government programme in recent times. Labour can beat it.
Progressive unionists fear an early election will galvanise both sides of the referendum debate - and the independence campaigners are more likely to win.
The government's £26,000 definition of an "ordinary working family" gives mandarins a map.
Carwyn Jones, the First Minister of Wales, backed Remain. Now he must advocate for a country that voted Leave.
As incomes fall, the public may not make the connection that Remainers hope.
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