They are willing to support the Corbyn leadership even though they expect it to break a similar tuition fees promise to that broken by Nick Clegg.
Plus: May needs Johnson. My election predictions. Strange selection decisions. And: why I decided not to put my name forward for the seat in which I grew up.
The more likely Tory voters see headline figures like these, the less likely they are to turn out to vote.
John Lamont selected to fight Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk, as a poll puts Davidson’s team on course to win as many as 12 seats.
The Opposition’s promise to extend the policy is opportunistic, expensive, and unjust. The Conservatives must do what is necessary and right.
If the Government thinks that we cannot have our Brexit cake and eat it, Ministers must be careful not to let expectations get out of hand.
John Major secured more votes than any other Prime Minister in unpromising circumstances – but ‘stretching the elastic of democracy’ would cost the Party dearly.
Whatever Scotland’s first Minister decides to do, events seem to be creating their own momentum.
Will he make America great again? What is more important – jobs or building the wall? And why do Democrats think Hillary lost?
The health service is meant to be the Opposition’s comfort zone, but their leader is losing even that.
Very soon this will become a central electoral issue.
Are the fundamental tenets of freedom – that of association, expression, and worship – being maintained to their fullest extent? Some would say not.
Some voters are angry, but anger doesn’t define most people most of the time.
In political terms, 2016 is turning out to be every bit as important, in historical terms, as 1968.
A poll of nearly 30,000 voters reveals both Trump and Clinton supporters expecting to feel “fear”, “concern”, “disbelief” and “despair” if their candidate loses.