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The belated message to those who lost seats and failed to win targets is more likely to reignite ill feeling than quell it.
I can’t think of a better way of describing the state we’re in than as an increasingly fictional one.
Some rays of light amidst the all-encompassing dark that could fall on Britain when the exit poll drops tomorrow night at 10pm.
A day before the election, the party has more cause for concern than at any other point in the campaign
While a reporter from Good Morning Britain tries to question the Prime Minister, one of his minders mouths, “Oh, for fuck’s sake”.
If Yorkshire is a divided county, Keighley and Ilkley – two towns just eleven miles apart from each other – make up its most divided constituency.
YouGov's MRP - showing a Conservative majority of 28 seats - merely repeats the trend we've seen across the polls.
Across the country, and particularly in marginal seats, Tories are failing to appear before local voters.
Regardless of whether you think it’s good or bad, the BBC isn’t particularly different from any other commercial broadcaster.
A country where children languish on coats on hospital floors has no right to lecture the rest of the world.
Arlene Foster's party is in a bind over Brexit, but could retain some influence — provided it is prepared to make tough choices.