My latest round of polling finds no signs of a seismic shift in opinion so far. We find a similar picture to last week’s.
Such seats are absolutely to the Conservatives’ hopes of an overall majority – but what do the voters have to say?
This region contains a string of those ‘Labour Leave’ seats which are central to the Tory strategy – but will the Brexit Party trip them up?
Farage’s decision to stand down some Brexit Party candidates seems to have been the most impactful development of this election week.
Onwards to Anglia, where the Liberal Democrats and Tories will be fighting hard over a small clutch of possible gains.
A fisherman from the Ajax, and other Leavers, want to know that Johnson will not let them down.
Together with my weekly focus groups, it will help to explain the dynamics of the campaign and the factors that will determine the outcome.
We ask you to follow the logic of your leader’s position – and stand down in order both to deliver Brexit and avoid a Corbyn Government.
There has been no agreement between the two parties. And the whole thrust of our campaign is to colonise the centre ground, not retreat from it.
His shift on candidates now acknowledges that a hung Parliament would be a bad thing. It follows that pro-Brexit voters in tight contests should back the Tories.
A new study asks good questions without providing good answers.
Our series continues with a look at another key region, which offers a decent clutch of targets to either Labour or the Conservatives on a good night.
“Now I want a nice clean game from all of you” – so said Madam Hooch in Harry Potter. The reality is, it’s not going to happen.
We reproduce a Twitter thread from the man who helped to advise Ruth Davidson on how to win in Scotland.
How will the election pan out? “Ask Sir John Curtice,” Rees-Mogg tells us. Plus: Bercow’s partiality “was damaging to the position of Speaker”.