Five thoughts on the latest set of polling from the capital.
The digital worlds we live in are just as challenging to democracy as plotting bad guys.
The Scottish Labour leadership frontrunner will focus on his longstanding support for Corbyn, and Sarwar's campaign controversies.
It's theoretically possible, but not likely.
My report shows how tactical voting by Remainers proved decisive – and that the Tories cannot win with Leave voters alone.
Japan's stagnant economy and ageing population are a mirror to our own.
The electoral map after 2015 was forbidding and hostile to Labour. The 2017 one, however, is marked by Conservative and SNP vulnerability.
The actual difference as far as political advantage goes is less than 0.5 per cent.
As a result of Brexit, many people who voted Tory in 2015 did not vote for them in 2017, and won't in 2022 either.
It's a very strange way of working out Labour had a good night, and a good way of pretending the Tories didn't have a bad one.
The problem isn't a lack of history, but of homes.