Conservatives who signed up to a supposedly non-partisan campaign now find their data is used to campaign against Tory candidates.
Should May keep the pensions triple lock and the pledge not to raise taxes? Plus, rate ministers’ performance.
Corbyn could not shake May, but Robertson for a moment disconcerted her.
That the pursuit of Farron was legitimate doesn’t mean that they, or anyone else, should feel happy about it – or the bigger trends of which it was part.
Gimson’s election diary: Eastbourne – the referendum result suggests the Tories will hold on. But it’s not nearly that simple.
In this, the tightest blue-yellow, many more people mentioned, with approbation, the Liberal Democrat candidate than referred to the EU.
May must strike the right balance between breaking the Party through into new areas and voter groups, and winning a mandate for effective government.
The established parties have lost their grip on this contest, but their hold on other parts of the country’s system remains strong.
The more likely Tory voters see headline figures like these, the less likely they are to turn out to vote.
Marine Le Pen is offering a socialist programme.
They could even tie with Labour. If they build in their 2015 success (and learn from their 2016 disappointment) more seats are definitely within reach.
That’s the head of the Downing Street Policy Unit, the Chair of May’s Policy Board, the most important Minister you’ve never heard of…and our former columnist.
The DUP, UUP, and SDLP all have seats they could lose in the right circumstances. Sinn Fein probably don’t.
His great achievement two years ago was to sever the head off the Liberal Democrat snake – and most of the body too. Now he must defang it again.
It was not an edifying spectacle, but it was convincing in its way.
If anything, it’s traditional to reject them.