Security decisions are taken by professionals not politicians. But that doesn't mean there isn't a political context.
Rows over homosexuality and anti-Semitism are obscuring the party's anti-Brexit stance.
Parents are starting to notice the consequence of schools funding changes. And they're not happy.
Yes, the sitting Lib Dem MPs are mostly white, middle-aged middle class men. But the party's not taking any chances.
The shadow secretary for Brexit has the heart of a Remainer - but head of a pragmatic politician in Brexit Britain.
Could tactical votes soften the Brexit blow?
Young, educated women are more typical than older, working-class men.
The fear that voting Ukip would prove a gateway drug for Labour voters appears to be being borne out.
Where does a liberal centrist's victory fit into your narrative of inevitable decline?
The Lib Dems are hopeful of winning "dozens" of seats on June 8. Here's a list of the 30 most vulnerable if the party surges.
Make no mistake, replacing the Labour leader now would terrify the Tories.
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