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The New Statesman team discuss the campaign's second week.
Nicola Sturgeon had a good conference that points to a less fractious path to independence, but what happens with Brexit could still upset her plans.
The MP for Romford and Rory Stewart appreciate something that the official Conservative campaign doesn't.
Mayoral elections are the only part of the British electoral system to have successfully returned independents – but it’s still a longshot.
Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson both need to do well in Wales to win the next election – yet neither has policies that actually impact Welsh lives.
The Mayor of London's path to re-election is more fraught than commonly supposed.
The approach broadly worked for Johnson as London mayor, but there are difficulties in porting it over to Downing Street.
If there is another Conservative government after the next election, it will likely have been kept in office only by English voters.
The UK’s future economic and social success depends on narrowing the harmful north-south divide.
With Welsh Labour now less distinct from the main party, the mood on the doorstep is changing.
“Fat cat town hall bosses” are an annual jamboree for the tabloid press – but the real problem is hidden by a lack of further scrutiny.