But if turnout stays the same as the 2015 General Election, it could well be higher.
After almost a year, there is still no sign that Corbyn’s Party is committed to fulfilling the will of the people.
According to the originators of the Labour policy, the owner of a £300,000 house would be liable for tax of £4,950 a year.
We mustn’t try to second-guess the future with a woolly curriculum.
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I like John Bercow – indeed, I’ll vote for him. But the Speaker of the House shouldn’t represent a constituency – doing so disenfranchises thousands of people.
Privatisation has delivered popular, competitive, open access services which deliver very competitive fares – but restricted to one main line. Why?
A free vote on repeal gives legislators the opportunity to review the impact of the fox hunting ban. No wonder the law’s supporters are nervous.
Richard Short: Labour’s Garden Tax is ready to savage the homes and gardens of ordinary working people
A measure apparently intended to target the well-off would instead hit former council house owners, pensioners and the vulnerable.
Lord Ashcroft: My election model’s probabilities currently suggest a potential Conservative majority of 60
But there is still much to play for: we find no fewer than 70 seats where Labour and the Tories are within five per cent of each other.
The tenacity of his public image as a well-meaning grandfather figure doesn’t change his shameful record.
Lord Ashcroft: “She called the snap election, and can’t be bothered turning up to it”. My final general election focus groups
Some voters have gone off Theresa May over the course of the campaign – but many won’t switch to Labour because of Brexit.
Whilst policy-wonks like to describe the differences in public spending on the old and young as an “injustice”, that’s not how thrifty pensioners see it.
David Goodhart: It’s time to listen to mainstream Britain, and defend a mother’s right to stay at home for longer
There is no need to keep fighting the last equality war – our society should allow women to choose pure egalitarianism or more traditional gender roles.
Allie Renison: Government must listen to business when preparing for the possibility of a no-deal Brexit
The absence of a comprehensive agreement would not be apocalyptic, but it would involve many complexities.