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The Conservatives’ decision to disguise their account as “factcheckUK” was a gross subversion of democracy - but it could yet backfire on them.
“There is no doubt that this Prime Minister is sexist,” writes Dawn Butler.
As Prince Andrew has shown, one bad performance on TV still has the power to turn a nation against you.
The Prime Minister has agreed to two one-on-one debates with Jeremy Corbyn. Here's why he could end up regretting it.
Once a safe seat, Labour's majority in this pro-Leave marginal has dropped by more than 75 per cent since 2005. Will Ruth Smeeth hold on?
Unless there is tactical voting, Jo Swinson will hurt Labour more than the Tories.
In the Vale of Clwyd, the Conservative decision to call a snap election is looking like a good bet.
You can promise all you like about infrastructure but you can't deliver on it while cutting migration.
The New Statesman politics desk discuss the campaign's third week.
Former miners and council tenants are just some of the voters flirting with the Tories.
The Labour leader has said something newsworthy – but not in the way the rightwing press seem to think.