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Patrick Maguire was political correspondent at the New Statesman.
Those who approve of the Labour leader's performance include more than one in four Conservative voters.
The majority of parents believe it will not be safe to send their children back on 1 June.
Boris Johnson and the government's ratings have both slipped into negative figures, new polling for the New Statesman has found.
Polling for the New Statesman reveals a high degree of public consensus over coverage of Boris Johnson's chief adviser.
Outbreaks of Covid-19 in the care sector are driving the R value of the virus up.
The former Conservative cabinet minister has called time on his independent candidacy.
Slow is the word for Labour, while the Tories aren't yet ready to talk austerity.
A rise in Covid-19 infections and deaths, or in redundancies, could upset ministers’ plans.
Polling suggests half of voters want to see lower levels of immigration after the pandemic – but some in Labour expect that opposition to soften.
Shadow ministers have been told that new fiscal commitments require central approval – and warned off big spending.