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What little electoral fraud there is in the United Kingdom does not concern in-person voting.
The planned redrawing of parliamentary seats is likely to benefit the Tories, but not to the extent that some believe.
The party is polling at its highest level since August 2019 and the Liberal Democrats may have more to fear than Labour.
Our new Redfield & Wilton poll puts the Tory candidate 21 points behind Sadiq Khan. That’s not surprising, but some of the survey’s findings are.
Keir Starmer has called for a tougher lockdown, and five other things we learned at this week's Prime Minister's Questions
The Labour leader is seeking to associate his weaknesses with his strengths.
The former Ukip leader is a poor frontman for lockdown scepticism, but his opponents have reason to be worried by his return to politics.
The Labour leadership has opted to prioritise gaining votes over winning arguments.
For the first time, the New Statesman has built a model to forecast the outcome of a presidential election.
Exclusive: Liberal Democrat MPs write to Michael Gove over fears that mandatory voter ID will disproportionately impact ethnic minorities.
The Labour leader has cause for optimism in the polling, but there is one cloud on the horizon.