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The key question is not whether Keir Starmer’s party wins or loses the by-election, but how.
Conservative governments are suddenly boisterous about local government at election time, but they have been managing its decline for more than a decade.
The Scottish First Minister’s internal and external enemies will be emboldened if she falls short of outright victory.
The capital’s mayoral race has been dominated by the uninspiring and the outright absurd.
5,000 English council seats are up for grabs on 6 May. See how they voted last time round.
Labour and Conservative sources both believe that the race to be London’s next mayor is closer than thought.
Nicola Sturgeon speaks on the fourth and final episode of the New Statesman podcast's Scottish Election specials.
Liberal Democrats are performing well in Leave-heavy neighbourhoods in north-east England, while struggling in Cornwall, their old stomping ground.
The Labour leader has disowned the left but has offered nothing of substance in return.
As usual, for the governing party, simply avoiding disaster is a good thing.
Labour's belief that all it will take to win the by-election is to pin a red rosette on a doctor shows how patronising the party has become.