Five thoughts on the latest set of polling from the capital.
It feels as if the lessons of 2017 - polls can change - and 2015 - polls can be wrong - have both been forgotten.
The strategy isn’t stupid, but the execution is.
The Tory MP reveals his personal battle from a religious household through tours in Afghanistan to the Commons – and why he’s now fighting his party.
The third party isn’t even winning a majority of votes from people who agree with its signature policy.
Despatches from a conflict that will not be repeated.
School cuts, not tuition fees, look to have been Labour’s biggest vote-mover.
The latest online gaffe reveals the that the problem is further up the Conservative food chain, despite what the anti-McLoughlin lobby may say.
There’s a good case for “no”, opinion polls are useless, at least this far out from a general election.
The contrasting figures for both groups before the Electoral Commission reveal more about Momentum’s remarkable success than its potential breach of the rules.
According to a senior Conservative, they might be.