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If our new poll is great news for the Brexit Party, it is the very opposite for both Labour and, to an even greater extent, the Conservatives.
The Brexit Party leader repeatedly failed to say how Brexit would benefit the Welsh town he visited.
Extended deadlock, at least as long as this parliament sits, looks likely.
Tommy Robinson and Carl Benjamin have repeatedly been drenched with milkshake while out on the European elections campaign trail. Why?
Water off a press officer’s back.
The party thinks it can attract votes from people that the Liberal Democrats can’t reach.
These polls would be unbelievably good for Change – which is why I’m inclined not to believe them.
Labour have a good argument as to why they shouldn't worry too much whatever happens on 23 May.
Just because some Labour MPs are crossing their hands behind their backs, it doesn't change what is written in black and white.
A premature tweet by Anna Soubry has caused irritation among the other parties.
The new party has been privately split on how to handle the Liberal Democrats – but now the decision has been taken for them.