With Welsh Labour now less distinct from the main party, the mood on the doorstep is changing.
Farage needs Ukip voters to be told that the party has changed, but he can’t be the one to tell them.
The next crop of Liberal Democrat MPs want the party to talk about more than Brexit, and are divided over whether to go into coalition.
In the coastal community that once elected a monkey as its mayor, an uprising rumbles in the ranks of the local governing party.
The honest answer is we don’t have enough information yet.
In a town where parties are minded to work together, the result will depend on who voters want to punish for the Brexit chaos.
Conservative MPs don’t want any of the Brexits that could command a majority in this parliament – but don’t want an election either.
Elections to the European Parliament will change the Brexit debate.
That promises from May are no longer enough to command Tory loyalty is a big and significant change.
Something is needed to break the deadlock. But what?
The chances of a election are rising, but MPs believe they can prevent one.