Theresa May’s call for a snap election – your questions answered | Politics


It seems you are not averse to the idea of the Guardian campaigning for a particular outcome, say bigging up Tim Farron and so on.
So two questions
1) How effective do you feel this campaigning stance has been in recent memory?
2) Will this lead to biased reporting, politically charged headlines and sub-headlines, unsubstatiated personal attacks and an aversion to featuring policy and fact-based reporting at the top of the website and print editions?
3) Are you aware of the plain fact that the opinion around the Graun water cooler, and even the opinions of senior editors, may not remotely represent reality?

I’m aware these are not innocent questions, but they are topics I hope you will consider carefully in the days ahead.

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