Stephen Bush is special correspondent at the New Statesman. His daily briefing, Morning Call, provides a quick and essential guide to British politics.
The settled will among Jeremy Corbyn's critics that they need to keep quiet is unlikely to be disrupted by the result.
Theresa May's anti-immigration policies will have a big impact - and no-one is talking about it.
How a shake-up of the leadership team has steadied nerves at the top of Labour.
Even politicians who leave the Home Office a success may find themselves dogged by it.
The support of the perennial candidate for President will boost Macron's morale but won't transform his electoral standing.
Labour face a tricky task in holding onto the seat.
The two politicians have caused excitement - but so far, neither has had to articulate a programme.
The latest French polls have people panicked. Here's what's going on.
Macron is the frontrunner, but he remains vulnerable to an upset.
The couple are right in law, but their complaint is ill-judged and tone-deaf.
No country has ever left the EU before, so there's no map for where we're going.
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