The Shadow Justice Secretary – and would-be Labour Deputy Leader – argues voters were convinced by “completely untrue” claims about racism and terrorist links.
Today’s choice is between Marxist extremists and a Conservative Government different from its predecessors only in that it wants to leave the European Union.
I’ve been nervous after last time – but here goes. Plus: Farage is having a dreadful campaign. And why election night TV will never be the same again.
We present some of the Shadow Justice Secretary’s televised highlights to date.
“I don’t believe we should equate the two things,” the First Minister argues.
The Prime Minister says he has ruled out a pact with any party, for the same reason.
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He explains why he believes Gyimah, his former PPS, and others are making a mistake in switching to the Liberal Democrats.
He also appears to describe the idea as “a typical British lie”.
The former Prime Minister adds that “breaking the law is not a good idea”.
She notes it would be “complicated” – “In the Peterborough by-election…the Conservative Party could have stood aside and given the Brexit Party a clear ride.”
The new Party Chairman doesn’t quite utter the Cameron-like words “sharing the proceeds of growth”, but that’s his message.
The truth matters a lot to how the race shapes up. And there are widely differing estimates.
The International Development Secretary says “I’m sure we won’t” make that “mistake”, “but it is something a few of my colleagues are talking about”.
“If George Clooney suddenly became Prime Minister, I don’t think he’d be able to charm his way through this problem.”