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Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn go head to head - as it happens!
The second letter in the New Statesman's A-Z of the decade.
Why do we only talk about the detail of Brexit when the illusion of secrecy is added?
Voters think that Johnson is a liar, but they think he's simply the apex predator in a political system dominated by lies.
It's hard to read these incoherent promises without concluding that the Tories’ polling puts them at or near the danger zone.
A deep and meaningful agreement is incompatible with Tory pledges on the health service and agriculture.
There is distinct movement to Labour at the Liberal Democrats' expense.
Labour have correctly identified a major problem in public policy with their new fares pledge.
The difficulty for both leaders is that voters are more inclined to buy what they're selling until you tell them who's selling it.
When you can cherrypick appearances on the broadcaster that is the main news source for most of the population, why worry about a block of ice on Channel 4?
The headline is Conservative victory. The underlying story is Conservative vulnerability.