Andrew Neil gives up trying to get some contrition from the party leader – and seeks to move the conversation on to Brexit.
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Daniel Hannan: £1 million? £1 billion? £1 trillion? McDonnell is relying on you not knowing the difference.
Labour is banking on our innumeracy. I don’t say that they are taking us for fools. Plenty of clever and educated people can’t process numbers on that scale.
Let him carry on what he’s started by exploding the financial framework Labour announced in only two days.
We unleashed Nick Timothy on the world as a columnist. Meet the husband-and-wife combo of Rachel Wolf and James Frayne.
David Gauke: Labour struggling. The LibDems not cutting through. The Tories winning by default. My take in this unusual election for me.
We are on course for a WTO Brexit. Given the opinion polls, the media’s attention would be best focused on the implications of such an outcome for the country.
In the longer term, the aim of the hard left is to increase the size of the ethnic community so as to cement left-wing power.
Its photos are used to project an image of the Conservatives as the party of the people.
WATCH: Johnson brandishes the Conservative manifesto. “Get Brexit done. Unleash Britain’s potential.”
“Get it done, and we can restore confidence and certainty to business and to families.”
Joe Shalam: A New Homes Network and a Boris Builds scheme. What a Conservative housing policy should look like.
It was described earlier this week as ‘the election issue yet to bark’. But it seems that this sleeping dog has finally awoken.
Please click on “tap to expand” to see the whole hour-long debate between Johnson, Corbyn, Swinson and Sturgeon.
And: the Conservatives hide their own manifesto away. The LibDems bungle theirs – which Prince Andrew wrecks anyway. Plus: election night line-ups.
Andrew Smith: The next Conservative Government can deliver for the North by investing in regeneration.
I hope that we will see more of the Chancellor during the campaign explaining how his plans can help support investment to boost productivity.
WATCH: Johnson v Corbyn 2) The quickfire questions. “Is Prince Andrew fit for purpose?” Both leaders dodge the question.
Corbyn says the monarchy “needs a bit of improvement”. Johnson says the institution of the monarchy is “beyond reproach”.
Selections. How activists find themselves crushed by the attritional, grinding juggernaut of the Party machine.
CCHQ itself is also a victim of what it has helped to create. Here’s a way forward that should be acceptable to all.
Lord Ashcroft: Have you made up your mind yet? Will you put up with Johnson to get Brexit? Week Two of my General Election Dashboard.
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.