Labour will be relieved that Corbyn's encounter with Andrew Neil was less painful than Theresa May's.
Its losses in the local elections show that it might end up with fewer Westminster seats than it started out with next month
The Tories' local election success may be "man bites dog". But the SNP’s electoral success remains "three headed dog-octopus from outer space bites man".
The Conservatives have romped home in the local elections. What does it all mean?
The vote to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act squeaked through the House of Representatives.
Labour didn't quite collapse in Wales - but all signs point to a difficult general election in its strongest historical bastion
Voters can in theory vote tactically with more precision. But in reality, it denies voters the choice of candidates and parties they deserve.
The local election results show how Theresa May has elevated voting Tory into a patriotic duty.
For some former Labour and Lib Dem supporters, Ukip has been a "gateway drug" to voting Tory. But, as last night's election results show, others have gone straight for the hard stuff.
Neither party can expect to make any gains at the general election.
By donning Nigel Farage's clothes, Theresa May has managed to take his votes, and with them, the key to Downing Street.
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