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Patrick Maguire is the New Statesman's political correspondent.
In a working men’s club in Nottinghamshire, the Brexit Party leader looks exhausted. He is fighting what looks certain to be his last general election – but will he come to regret it?
The St Helens North MP and former whip is the first contender to express an interest in succeeding Tom Watson.
Corbynite shadow cabinet ministers Rebecca Long-Bailey and Laura Pidcock are dominating discussions about the succession.
The independent unionist’s retirement opens up an unpredictable scrap for North Down.
Rebel activists will defy the national party to run in Fermanagh and South Tyrone, complicating a tight race in one of Northern Ireland's most marginal seats.
Senior party figures have told ITV that the party will sue if the network does not revise its decision to exclude Jo Swinson from the first head-to-head election debate.
The SDLP and Sinn Féin have agreed to stand down in three key constituencies.
The Ulster Unionists have reneged on their promise to fight the DUP’s Nigel Dodds in North Belfast.
A Supreme Court ruling means that local candidates have to foot the bill for national campaigns that visit their constituencies.
Government special advisers are relieved to know who their boss is – a luxury they did not have under Theresa May in 2017.