Prime Minister was on message but on the back foot.
She couldn’t encapsulate contemporary British culture better if she’d been designed by Simon Cowell and a BBC pre-watershed commissioning committee.
The government's Brexit policy is the only thing not changed by the Conservatives' new manifesto.
The Tory manifesto contains Labour policies – and receives adoration from the right-wing press.
Theresa May has smartly borrowed popular policies that Ed Miliband was not trusted to implement.
A newly proposed requirement to show ID before casting a vote could reduce the number of people who vote Labour.
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.
The party has moved on from Nick Clegg, but not in the way you might expect.
Tim Farron's party is taking a major gamble on anti-Brexit sentiment - but it's unlikely to pay off.
Tax cuts for me, but not for thee.
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