In the final two days of the snap election campaign, I followed Theresa May on a whistle stop tour of Britain. She visited a farmhouse, a home store and a science festival and held numerous planned 'chats' with friendly voters. She took questions from journalists 19,000 feet in the air on a private jet and was lucky enough to meet a "really good" boules player. All in all she covered almost 800 miles and stopped in nine marginal constituencies... and it was dry.
After victory in last week’s West Midlands mayoral election, Conservative strategists believe they can pick up a swathe of seats across the region. With a month to go until polling day, Sebastian Whale heads out on the Birmingham campaign trail
Former Lib Dem Director of Campaigns Lord Rennard assesses the local election results last week and looks at the likelihood of a Liberal Democrat revival in the party's former heartlands.
Kerri Blyberg, political consultant at Dods Monitoring, reports on the Metro Mayor elections being held on May 4th.
UKIP’s Staffordshire MEP Jill Seymour, who is also the party’s transport spokesman writes on the eve of polling day in Stoke-on-Trent Central, having been campaigning in the seat for the past two weeks.
Two thirds of over 50s voters are satisfied with the job the PM is doing
Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron reflects on a string of recent council byelection successes for his party which suggest the party "making real progress" and providing "the real voice of opposition to the Conservative Brexit Government".
Writing for PoliticsHome, Labour leadership hopeful Owen Smith pledges to end inequality in Britain - and heal the divide in his party.
Today’s ICM opinion poll giving the Conservatives a 16-point lead over Labour has provoked a predictable reaction from many on the centre-left.
Green party MP Caroline Lucas explains why she thinks Britain needs to have a general election this year.
Labour MP Alison McGovern tells PoliticsHome that the battle for equal representation is not yet won, as she maps the progress of the women’s movement from 7 June 1866 to 7 June 2016.
Let me take you into the future. Three days into the future, to be precise.
Another day, another horrific poll for Scottish Labour.
In light of pollsters’ failure to predict the 2015 General Election result, the University of Exeter is training computers to correct ‘misreporting’ by cross-examining responses from a larger pool of online surveys.