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Patrick Maguire is the New Statesman's political correspondent.
The Prime Minister's decision not to slash corporation tax serves two electoral imperatives.
What do Labour’s boldest commitments at this election have in common? The Communication Workers' Union.
In a sign of nervousness about a slender majority, the Tories have spent more than £8,000 on Facebook and Snapchat ads in Uxbridge and South Ruislip in the past month.
In Glasgow this morning, the Labour leader ruled out granting permission for a new vote in the next parliament. But there's a catch.
After being accused of ignoring the local press on a visit to a key Midlands marginal, Boris Johnson has now promised to return — in a sign that the Conservatives are learning from their last campaign.
Senior Liberal Democrats are willing to argue that they are the real beneficiaries from Farage’s withdrawal from Tory-held seats — but some candidates are less sure.
Whitehall sources warn amending the Human Rights Act to halt Troubles prosecutions could fail on its own terms and have damaging consequences.
The Brexit Party's decision to stand aside in the 317 seats Theresa May won in 2017 isn't all good news for Tory candidates.
The former Downing Street adviser will succeed Michael Fallon in one of the safest Conservative seats in the country.
The decision to move minister Mims Davies to a safer seat has inspired a furious reaction among colleagues.