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DOWNING TOOLS
An email from Rishi Sunak's political adviser to Tory party volunteers just an hour after the election announcement summed up the party's pessimistic mood.

CAMPAIGN BARRIER
Labour party software directing supporters to the target seat nearest their home has thrown up some interesting results in Scotland.

LUKE WARNING
While Labour is busy shutting out difficult figures from the party's left, its selection of candidates from the right could also cause Keir Starmer trouble.

CRYSTAL BALLS
Rishi Sunak's snap election call meant egg on the faces of a variety of political pundits, peers and pollsters who had predicted a November date or even later.

HAWAII-50,000
The latest backer of the Labour Together group is a Hawaii-based American multimillionaire who usually funds the Lib Dems.

FLYER BRIGADES
Party activists are busy delivering literature, featuring the party that dare not write its own name, plus a bout of flag-waving from Labour.

END OF TERM REPORT
Key Conservative 2019 manifesto commitments on housing still hadn't been met as the parliamentary shutters came down for Rishi Sunak's early election.

CALLED TO ORDURE
Former Labour MP Lord Walney might be regretting asking Peter Mandelson to help with the launch of his government report on security threats.

GETHING IN DEEP
The snap election call gave a few weeks' breathing room for troubled Welsh first minister Vaughan Gething, who was facing mounting calls to resign.

THE HOME GUARD
The Home Office may have lost track of thousands of asylum seekers, but it's being sure to keep very close tabs on its own staff via cyber-monitoring.

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Mind the gap
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