How the Election Stopped Being a Foregone Conclusion
Tim Farron leaps off the stage after the BBC Election Debate (Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire/PA Images)
As the big day gets closer, it feels like a very different election to the one we started talking about a few weeks ago. Theresa May, sweating like she's taken a bad pill, Jeremy Corbyn looking like he's mainlining Xanax – what's changed? We try to suss it out; interview Caroline Lucas, leader of the Green Party; and consider why the biggest existential threat facing humanity isn't even a blip on the electoral map.