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A closer look at the Conservative candidate who thinks ‘nuisance tenants’ should be made to live in tents ‘picking potatoes’
Last week, whilst the leaders of the biggest parties in the country made their case in TV debate – with mixed results – MPS and… Read More »A closer look at the Conservative candidate who thinks ‘nuisance tenants’ should be made to live in tents ‘picking potatoes’
Why do we listen to polls? We discuss the bluster and call for a better way to predict election results.
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Making sense of the rubble: Here’s what we know about the DUP and Tory talks so far.
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We’ve done the ground work for you and compared the Conservative, Labour and Lib-Dem manifestos, summarising where they stand on a variety of contentious issues.
A brief summary of party and public reactions to May’s declaration that she will call for a general election in June.