With Labour closing in on the Conservatives in the polls, we discuss the likely outcome of the UK general election 2017.
She faced criticism for not taking part in the BBC head-to-head, but the PM would have struggled had she done another late U-turn.
The Scottish nationalists' election pitch is about damage limitation, not a radical sell.
Charities are limited in how much they can spend on campaigning. Is this justified?
One policy above all others will haunt the Tory election campaign to the bitter end.
Theresa May's U-turn on social care funding shows how hard it is to fix. But there is a logical solution.
May has clearly been extensively trained in hand gestures. Corbyn, not so much.
The PM will continue with her target of reducing migration to the tens of thousands, despite failing to meet it for years.
Dealing with the UK's chronic lack of investment is as important as getting the Brexit negotiations right – and much more important than balancing the books.
They can be b****y difficult people but politicians want you to know they give a t**s, even if they sometimes talk b******s.
From mental health to sharing the wealth, one party just about has the edge over its rivals.
Polling is difficult – and everyone except pollsters overestimates how accurate polls are.
Immigration targets are based on a lack of understanding of the UK's labour needs and could seriously damage the economy.
They've been deeply affected by austerity, so it's more important than ever for people with learning disabilities to have their say on June 8.
The Conservative manifesto talks of fairness, but it's just another power grab from a 'strong and stable' government.
Ivory from illegally-poached elephants can easily be mistaken for antique.
You need to know what each party is promising but who has the time to read through all their programmes for government? We did so you don't have to.
Welcome to the new Wild West.
The left wing of the party is starting to see that the leader may need to be sacrificed in order for his legacy to survive.
Did you think this was the Conservative party's 2017 election manifesto? Think again. This is the Theresa May show.