The polls are all over the place - but clear on one thing - this is no Team Theresa walkover.
Her performance this week has been shocking. She's made an absolute mockery of the absurd Strong And Stable mantra they've all been bleating and there's more than a hint of alarm in her eyes when the Press start asking her questions.
She has demonstrated a profound lack of substance - her credibility as the strongwoman who will take Europe on head to head is in tatters.
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Whatever happens next Thursday, she is much diminished.
- 1 These are the 322 Tory MPs who voted against extending free school meals to children
- 2 Question Time: Ex-Tory minister accused of making 'sickening' comment about free schools meals row
- 3 Betty Boothroyd delivers scathing assessment of Boris Johnson's government
- 4 Downing Street withholds praise for business and local authorities offering free meals to hungry children
- 5 Priti Patel bullying inquiry may never be released, hints Boris Johnson's new civil service boss
- 6 House of Lords defies No 10 and votes to heavily defeat Boris Johnson's Brexit bill
- 7 Boris Johnson 'plans to resign' in six months because he can't live on £150k salary
- 8 Priti Patel set to hand private firms £28 million in government contracts to deport asylum seekers from UK
- 9 German MEP tells Boris Johnson he 'owes' Britons a Brexit deal as she urged a return to EU trade talks
- 10 At the upcoming US election, Donald Trump really is toast
This has been the weirdest election in my lifetime and I cannot wait to see what Britain makes of it all on Thursday. I suspect there will be shock, one way or another.
And if you are still in any doubt about how - or even if - to vote, you'll find a superb seat-by-seat tactical voting guide in this week's paper.
One important thing to note: Since the vote is on Thursday, we are delaying the publication of next week's The New European for 24 hours - we will be on sale on Saturday.
Thanks as ever for your continued support. As Churchill said; This isn't the end. It's not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.
Have a great weekend!
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