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The Labour leader has said something newsworthy – but not in the way the rightwing press seem to think.
A very good Liberal Democrat performance hurts the Conservatives - but so does a very bad one.
In the era of social media, journalists are finding it easier to dig up scandals.
In the week that the Remain alliance was formalised, Maria Caulfield faces a challenge. If only the other parties can work together…
So far, the polls aren't showing much change at all.
As a weary Britain heads to the polls, relations between Labour and the Jewish community have reached a new low.
My hope is that our front page will lead to some soul searching by potential Labour voters.
The New Statesman team discuss the campaign's second week.
Sajid Javid pledged £22bn in new public sector spending a year. John McDonnell, as one would expect, went further.
Between the “youthquake” and “Workington Man”, there’s a whole swathe of unpredictable and newly engaged voters that we are missing.
"People do celebrate deaths sometimes... for instance, people celebrated the death of Hitler."