The Brexit Party and Conservatives have their eye on the northeast coastal constituency, but its residents are not to be pigeonholed.
The SNP and Liberal Democrats are throwing everything at the seat with a famous two-vote margin.
In the constituency of disgraced minister Alun Cairns, Labour hopes to make inroads.
After one of the biggest election night surprises in 2017, the constituency in which Labour’s Rosie Duffield ended a century of Tory rule hangs in the balance.
The Tories and Labour are preparing for a close contest in this bellweather seat, which has backed the winning party in every election since 1983. But faced with the fifth vote in five years, voters are growing weary.
In the Vale of Clwyd, the Conservative decision to call a snap election is looking like a good bet.
Andrew George is fighting his own party’s policies, copycat candidates and Cornish unpredictability in the battle to unseat a Tory.
A local campaigner called Claire Wright is fighting to end Tory rule in East Devon after 150 years, having turned the safe seat marginal over the last two elections.
In the week that the Remain alliance was formalised, Maria Caulfield faces a challenge. If only the other parties can work together…
The former Tory leader and ardent Brexiteer has held the seat for 27 years – but younger, more ethnically diverse voters could be about to change that.
Former miners and council tenants are just some of the voters flirting with the Tories.
The Conservatives’ hope that a strong pro-Leave message will regain the seat: but enthusiasm for Brexit seems confined to those who already vote Conservative.