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TAYLOR MADE
The absence of tax rises for big earners in the Labour manifesto will come as a relief to the man who looks to be the party's most generous contributor thus far.

HONOURS ROUND-UP
In the familiar mix of the deserving, the somewhat less deserving and the time-serving, the name of Alan Bates stood out in the king's birthday honours list.

CLEVERLY CLOGS
Home secretary James Cleverly unwisely questioned the credibility of the OBR's forecasting when defending the Tories' dodgy claims about Labour.

TORY ERROR MESSAGE
On the day of the Tories' manifesto launch, the page on the party's website marked "achievements" offered an unintentionally accurate message…

RIGHT MOVE?
Suella Braverman is heading to Washington DC after polling day to address a right-wing conference alongside the likes of Steve Bannon.

COURT CIRCULAR
The youngsters running Rishi Sunak's office, who haven't read civil service guidelines on protocol, are causing trouble for the palace.

DAVEY & GOLIATH
The Lib Dem manifesto pledges to end Tory sleaze and "take big money out of politics". But one of the party's own wealthy backers has a very chequered past.

PARTY GIRLS
Parents at an Oxfordshire school were infuriated when their daughters were unwittingly caught up in Rishi Sunak's re-election campaign.

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Saving the NHS
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Right move
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