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Only four years ago Labour Chester was Tory. Can a cabinet minister help it go blue again?
In the constituency of disgraced minister Alun Cairns, Labour hopes to make inroads.
The campaign for a second referendum, led by the PR guru Roland Rudd and former Labour and Lib Dem spin doctors, was the great hope for Remainers – until it collapsed in a chaos of clashing egos, smears and boardroom coups.
The anticipated economic dividend from stopping Brexit may not arrive.
Unless there is tactical voting, Jo Swinson will hurt Labour more than the Tories.
In the Vale of Clwyd, the Conservative decision to call a snap election is looking like a good bet.
The New Statesman politics desk discuss the campaign's third week.
Former miners and council tenants are just some of the voters flirting with the Tories.
Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson have both made Brexit promises with radical implications for the United Kingdom's economic future.
Jo Swinson’s strategic gamble is that there is more to be gained from courting former Conservatives than Labour sympathisers.
In the week that the Remain alliance was formalised, Maria Caulfield faces a challenge. If only the other parties can work together…