Election Notebook

The older generation has jumped ship – just as liberal Conservatism’s moment has come

If Lancashire Leavers can ever be persuaded to vote Conservative, it needs to be now

This election has broken the aura and expectation accorded to TV debates

The perception that Boris Johnson is an incontinent liar helps Labour to get away with its own misinformation

The Conservatives can hardly claim to be the friend of the armed forces

Graham Stewart on why a lot of ‘Cons Holds’ are actually too close to call

Why voters are switching off from the TV debates

This is the first election since Macmillan that the Tories are headlining on increasing the size of the state

Corbyn proposes the most significant transferral of power back to town halls for more than a generation

The PM came on one-and-a-half hours into the interrogation, by which stage some may have tuned out

“We are the new radicals” claimed Nigel Farage, as he launched his Contract with the People

The issue being dodged by both Johnson and Corbyn was trust. Principally, the lack of it