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Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn each gave their strongest performance yet.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn go head to head - as it happens!
The News Statesman team has been visiting key battlegrounds and symbolic seats across the UK in order to write constituency profiles for this year’s election.
After the election, I hope that there is a time and space for thought.
Confusion over the Prime Minister’s words exposes a problem with his border policy.
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.
The Home Office should also be put in special measures, like a delinquent school, until it has a humane asylum policy.
So much of this election isn’t about politics at all. It’s about two tight-knit groups of (mostly male) professional public speakers and image managers.
Neither Boris Johnson nor Jeremy Corbyn deserves to win the general election.
Why do we only talk about the detail of Brexit when the illusion of secrecy is added?
Voters think that Johnson is a liar, but they think he's simply the apex predator in a political system dominated by lies.