Mrs May's been damaged by this election campaign, and even if she wins a majority of 50 or more her image has taken a knock. Mr Corbyn has proved himself more popular on the doorstep than he ever was with his own MPs. They'll struggle to depose him, even if he returns with two dozen fewer MPs.
The public look to the Government to protect them... They will expect answers to the seemingly continuous threat of random terrorist attack. This is a dangerous time for politicians who are, in their own way, as confused, frightened, defiant and angry as the rest of us.
One thing we learned from last night’s Question Time is that people in Yorkshire are unusually fascinated by North Korea.As a Lancastrian, it’s not for me to say anything about the potential similarities between the bleak, empty wasteland of Yorkshire, and North Korea.
This is not how the election was supposed to go. Theresa May was meant to be cruising to an overwhelming victory over a man she has consistently derided as useless. Yet here we are, less than a week to go, and the Prime Minister is distinctly rattled.