Try Hard Marr Keeps Interrupting Boris

Boris Clarifies his Social Care Policy

Marr and Boris Bust Up Over Early Release

Lib Dems Refuse to Say Who They’ll Back as PM

Raab Claims Tories’ 2012 Reform Would Have Prevented London Bridge Attack

Corbyn: Terrorist Shamima Begum Should Keep Citizenship and Return to UK

That’ll reassure people…

Gove: Social Care Solution Needs Political Consensus to Span Generations

Labour Can’t Say How it Will Fund £58 Billion WASPI Bung

Sturgeon to Demand Immediate Independence Referendum from Labour

Scrapping Trident a ‘Red Line’ for SNP’s Coalition Talks

Saj Insists Debt Will Fall Under the Tories

This is not true. The debt will continue to rise in cash terms unless and until the Tories close the deficit.

Sajid’s wriggle is that they plan to have debt fall as a proportion of GDP as above, which he neglected to explain. The debt to GDP ratio has more than doubled since 2008 and has flatlined since Osborne. Sajid is not certain to hold that line as Boris plans a spending splurge…

McDonnell Admits Everyone Will Pay More Tax Under Labour

McDonnell: I Won’t Stay Neutral in Labour’s Second Referendum

Corbyn Refuses Five Times to Say Whether He’s Leave or Remain

Car crash television…[…] Read the rest


Corbyn Refuses to End Freedom of Movement

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Will Boris Agree on a Level Playing Field to Get a Brexit Deal Within a Year?

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SNP Won’t Put Corbyn in No. 10 Without IndyRef2 and Scrapping Trident

Expect to see this used in the Tory campaign…[…] Read the rest


Green Party Can’t Answer How They’ll Pay for £1 Trillion Spending Commitments

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Ashworth Skewered over NHS Privatisation Hypocrisy

A gentle reminder when Ashworth was an advisor in the Treasury he signed off £8 billion worth of PFI contracts…[…] Read the rest


Tories Promise Immigration will Fall, but Won’t Set Targets

Avoiding Theresa May’s mistakes…[…] Read the rest


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“The pain and hurt within the Jewish community, and the damage to Labour, are undeniable and shaming. Yet Labour remains indispensable to progressive politics.”


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