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  • “Twilight” My Colors Heavyweight Cardstock
  • “Royal White” Recollections Linen  
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  • “Patriot Blue” Smooth Solid
  • “Bluebell” Paper
  • 14-ply Chipboard
  • Kraft Packing Tape
  • White Twine
  • 12” Wooden Skewer

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  • Cut pieces according to the template. We cut the chipboard with the Cricut set to custom material – chipboard – more pressure, cut twice. You can also print out the template, trace onto chipboard, and cut with a craft knife.
  • Cut packing tape into smaller strips (if needed). Tape one of the sides to base of boat, following the curve. Make sure that the side is matched up with the bow (front) and stern (back) correctly (see template PDF).
  • Tape second side on. Match points of the bow together and tape edge.

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Hello, do I have to become a member in order to download the template? It has any cost? We are doing our vacations bible school and we will love to do the centerpiece.

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You can become a monthly member for the templates. This allows you the monthly collection plus 5 extra projects for only the cost of $14.99. 🙂

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After I download this I can’t go back and look at the tutorial? I hope I can

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We suggest you download and save copies of all patterns, instructions and tutorials to your computer so you always have them to reference!

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I do not see an SVG to cut with my machine. I only see to download and print and svg. How can I get the SVG for cutting electronically?

Yes there is an SVG available, it’s the first download titled “Large Paper Sailboat SVG”.

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So beautiful!I like it!

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Hi Can I separate the sails to cut separately? Thanks

Yes, they’re set up as different colors so they will automatically cut separately in Design Space.

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Hi, Lia! I’m trying to download svg for the sailboat but it doesn’t let me. I’m using my iPhone. Can I do it on my iPhone or does it have to be a computer? Hopefully it doesn’t because my laptop is not working :((

Hi! As far as I know, you have to download our SVG files to a computer, then upload to Design Space. You may be able to find more info on Cricut’s site and perhaps there’s a workaround to use a smartphone or tablet!

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C’est très joli ce vous faite es ce que je peux télécharger le modèle svp

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This is so neat, i love it. Just a great idea. Love your table setting also.

Thanks so much Yvonne!

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Anchors aweigh! Recently I’ve been pretty obsessed with all things nautical, so these DIY paper boats were a lot of fun to dream up. Make them for a pirate or nautical themed party and keep them around as home decor afterwards. Or, wouldn’t they be great as Mayflower decorations for Thanksgiving? You probably already have all the supplies you need.

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Step 1: Print and cut out the boat template. Step 2: Trace the templates onto your choice of card stock. Be sure to transfer fold lines, glue lines, and dots with a pencil. Step 3: On the piece labeled “TOP”, use a safety pin to poke a hole in each dot. Use a wooden skewer the widen the holes. Step 4: Fold the flaps on the three smaller rectangles (including “BACK”). You can use a bone folder and ruler to make this easier. Step 5: Line up the two “SIDE” pieces so that the front tips line up. Apply a piece of tape from the tip to the curve. Trim any overhanging tape at the tip. Step 6: Use hot glue to attach the back to the sides. Step 7: Hot glue the two rectangles to their corresponding spots – look at the template to match circles to circles and triangles to triangles. Step 8: Carefully apply small dots of hot glue to the top edge of the boat and attach the “TOP” piece. It’s best to apply glue a few inches at a time and apply the top piece as you go; otherwise the glue dots will dry before you’re ready.

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Step 9: For the big sail, you will need one 12″ skewer (full length) and two 6″ pieces. For the small sail, you will need one 9 1/2″ piece and two 4 1/2″ pieces. Step 10: Use hot glue to attach the skewers. For the big sail, glue the short pieces 1/2″ and 4 3/4″ from the top point, keeping them centered. For the small sail, glue the short pieces 1/2″ and 2 3/4″ from the top point. Step 11: Cut the sails from the printed template. Apply hot glue to the top two corners and attach on the skewers. Step 12: Put the small sail in the front hole of the boat and the big sail in the back hole. Use a blob of hot glue to attach the skewer to the card stock underneath to keep them straight and secure. Step 13: Make sure the sails are facing the right way. When finished, it should look like this. Repeat! Step 14: To hang from the ceiling, tie lengths of thread to the top joints of both sails. Tape the other ends of the threads to the ceiling.

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I just moved to the sea for the first time in my life, and wanted to get into the whole style anyways 🙂 So, thanks for sharing!

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These are so great! Awesome job Kathleen.

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Totally off topic, but I would love to see more outfits that you wear Oh Happy Day! I found your Miette post and swooned over the skirt, which I found on ebay, sooo wonderful! I think you could offer some lovely fashion inspiration. Thank you.

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These are so cute and charming! How fun would it be to have party goers design their own flags for the sails. The possibilities are endless.

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aiyeee i love these, kathleen! perfect as my husband is a sailor … storing this idea for the future … !

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These are adorable! I need to find an excuse to make them 🙂

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These are really fun and cute. I need to come up with a reason to make them – they could be really fun for in the summer to spruce up the deck.

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Introduction to Paper Sailboats

Making a paper sailboat is a fun and creative craft activity that can be enjoyed by all ages. Whether you want to engage in a rainy day activity or simply have some leisurely fun, paper sailboats are a great option. In this article, we will explore the materials needed to make a paper sailboat, provide a step-by-step guide to creating one, and offer tips and tricks for making the perfect paper sailboat. We will explore different variations and designs for paper sailboats, as well as fun activities and games that can be enjoyed with them. Let’s dive into the world of paper sailboats and let our imaginations set sail!

Key takeaway:

  • Making paper sailboats is a fun and creative activity: Paper sailboats provide an enjoyable way to explore the art of origami and enhance creativity.
  • Using the right materials is crucial: Different types of paper can be used for making paper sailboats, and additional materials like adhesive might be required for certain designs.
  • Step-by-step guide simplifies the process: Following a structured guide with clear steps helps in folding the hull, creating a sail, and attaching it to the hull, ensuring a successful paper sailboat creation.

Materials Needed to Make a Paper Sailboat

To create a paper sailboat, you will need the following materials:

  • Paper: Ensure you have a square piece of paper. You can fold an 8.5×11-inch sheet into a square shape.
  • Scissors: Cut the paper into a square.
  • Pencil or pen: Use a pencil or pen to mark the paper for folding lines.
  • Ruler: Make use of a ruler to create straight and accurate folds.
  • Decorative materials (optional): If desired, you can decorate your sailboat using colored pens, stickers, or markers.

To make your paper sailboat, carefully follow these steps:

  • Begin with a square piece of paper.
  • Fold the square in half diagonally to form a triangle.
  • Unfold the paper and fold it in half again diagonally in the opposite direction.
  • Unfold the paper once more and fold each corner into the center, creating a diamond shape.
  • Take the top point of the diamond shape and fold it down towards the bottom point, creating a triangle shape.
  • Fold the two bottom corners of the triangle up towards the top, forming a smaller triangle with a flat bottom.
  • Open the flaps at the bottom of the triangle and fold them outwards to shape the base of the sailboat.
  • Use colored pens, stickers, or markers to decorate your sailboat as desired.
  • If you used any wet materials for decoration, allow the sailboat to dry.
  • Your paper sailboat is now ready to set sail!

By following these steps and gathering the necessary materials, you can easily create a paper sailboat for fun and imaginative play.

What Types of Paper Can be Used?

When making a paper sailboat, it is important to consider what types of paper can be used to ensure sturdiness and flexibility . There are several options to choose from.

One option is origami paper , which is lightweight and easy to fold. It holds its shape well, making it a good choice for creating the structure of the sailboat.

Another option is cardstock , which is thicker and more durable. It provides stability and strength to the sailboat, ensuring that it will hold up well during use.

Construction paper is also a versatile option, offering a wide range of colors. This type of paper can add color and creativity to the design of the sailboat, making it visually appealing.

For those looking for a thicker paper with a variety of designs, scrapbook paper is a great choice. It enhances the visual appeal of the sailboat and adds an extra layer of interest to the design.

Personally, I have made a paper sailboat using origami paper in the past. It was a vibrant and easy-to-fold option, allowing for intricate details on the sailboat. The lightweight nature of the paper also made it glide smoothly on the water. It brought joy to my nephew as he watched it float in a mini pool.

When making your own paper sailboat, it is important to consider the type of paper you choose. The right paper can make a huge difference in the overall experience. So, be sure to choose wisely and enjoy the process of creating your very own paper sailboat!

Additional Materials Required

The construction process of a paper sailboat requires additional materials such as scissors and glue . These materials are essential for improving the sturdiness of the sailboat. Scissors are utilized for precise cutting, resulting in clean edges. Glue plays a crucial role in securing all parts of the sailboat, guaranteeing its integrity during both playtime and display. Incorporating both scissors and glue into the process significantly enhances the quality and durability of the paper sailboat.

Step-by-Step Guide to Making a Paper Sailboat

Get ready to set sail with a step-by-step guide on making a paper sailboat ! We’ll take you through the process of folding the hull , creating the sail , and attaching it to the hull. From the first fold to the final touch, you’ll have all the know-how to create your own miniature vessel . So grab some paper and let’s navigate the seas of creativity together!

Step 1: Folding the Hull

To make the hull of a paper sailboat, follow these steps:

– Step 1: Start with a square piece of paper.

– Step 2: Place the paper in front of you in a diamond shape, with one corner pointing towards you.

– Step 3: Fold the bottom corner up to meet the top corner, creating a triangle.

– Step 4: Unfold the triangle, then fold the left corner to the center of the triangle.

– Step 5: Repeat with the right corner, folding it to the center of the triangle.

– Step 6: Flip the paper over to the other side.

– Step 7: Take the top layer of the left corner and fold it towards the center line.

– Step 8: Repeat with the right corner.

– Step 9: Unfold the left and right corners.

– Step 10: Take the bottom corner and fold it up towards the top point of the triangle.

– Step 11: Flip the paper over to the other side.

– Step 12: Fold the bottom corner up again, leaving a small gap between the fold and the top point.

– Step 13: Unfold the paper completely, and you now have the folded hull of your paper sailboat.

Following these steps will allow you to create a sturdy and functional hull for your paper sailboat. Be precise with your folds to ensure the best results.

Step 2: Creating the Sail

  • Select an 8-inch by 8-inch square piece of paper.
  • Fold the square in half diagonally to create a triangle.
  • Unfold the paper and fold the top two corners down to the center crease to make a smaller triangle.
  • Fold the bottom point of the triangle up towards the top point, leaving a small space at the top.
  • Fold the two outer edges of the triangle inward to meet at the center crease and create a diamond.
  • Flip the diamond over and fold the bottom point up towards the top point, leaving a small space at the top again.
  • Fold the right and left corners of the top layer towards the center line of the diamond.
  • While still folded, fold the entire diamond in half vertically.
  • Unfold the top layer to reveal the sail of your paper sailboat.
  • Optional: Use markers, stickers, or other decorations to personalize your paper sailboat.

Origami sailboats , originated in Japan , have a long-standing tradition dating back centuries. These miniature vessels , with their intricate folds and precise techniques, have been passed down through generations, bringing joy to both children and adults. Paper sailboats were commonly used in traditional Japanese celebrations and festivals, symbolizing good luck and prosperous journeys. Today, making paper sailboats remains a popular craft activity, providing a fun and creative way to explore origami .

Step 3: Attaching the Sail to the Hull

  • Begin by folding and creating the sail.
  • Next , position the sail on top of the hull, making sure to align the bottom edge of the sail with the top edge of the hull.
  • To secure the sail in place, use a small amount of glue or adhesive tape.
  • Make sure that the sail is straight and centered on the hull.
  • Gently press down to create a strong bond between the sail and the hull.
  • Before moving or playing with the paper sailboat, allow the glue to dry completely.

Paper sailboats have been a cherished tradition originating in ancient China. Just like origami boats, they were used in various festivities to symbolize good luck and prosperity. Nowadays, both children and adults enjoy making paper sailboats as crafts. These boats not only provide entertainment but also serve as a reminder of the beauty and simplicity of handmade objects. Attaching the sail to the hull is a crucial step in completing the paper sailboat and preparing it for exciting adventures in bathtubs, puddles, or miniature ponds.

Tips and Tricks for Making the Perfect Paper Sailboat

To create the perfect paper sailboat , follow these tips and tricks for making the perfect paper sailboat . Begin by starting with a square piece of paper , as this will ensure balanced proportions and make folding easier. Fold the paper in half diagonally to form a triangle , making sure to press firmly to create a sharp crease . Next, unfold the triangle and fold the bottom edge up to meet the top, creating a smaller triangle shape .

Then, take the right corner of the triangle and bring it towards the center , repeating this step with the left corner . After that, fold the bottom edge of the paper up to meet the top, resulting in a square shape . Fold the sides in towards the center . Flip the paper over and fold the bottom corners up to the top, forming a diamond shape .

Carefully unfold the two sides of the diamond to create the sail . Adjust the angle of the sail by making small folds along the bottom edge . To ensure proper flotation , fold the bottom edges inward to create a small base for balance in the water . Test your boat in a basin of water to ensure it floats correctly.

By following these tips and tricks , you will be able to create a perfect paper sailboat . Enjoy the process of crafting your own miniature boat and have fun sailing it in the water .

Different Variations and Designs for Paper Sailboats

If you’re ready to embark on a paper crafting adventure, you’ll be amazed at the plethora of different variations and designs available for making paper sailboats . From the simplicity of a basic origami sailboat to the intricate techniques of an advanced cut and fold sailboat , these sub-sections offer a range of possibilities to explore. So grab your paper, fold, cut, and let your creativity set sail !

Simple Origami Sailboat

To create a Simple Origami Sailboat , you just need to follow these steps:

  • Start with a square piece of paper.
  • Place the paper in front of you with one corner pointing towards you.
  • Fold the paper in half diagonally, bringing the opposite corners together.
  • Unfold and repeat step 3, folding it in half diagonally in the opposite direction.
  • Rotate the paper so that one of the folded corners is facing towards you.
  • Fold the two outer corners of the paper towards the center, forming a triangle shape .
  • Flip the paper over and fold the bottom edge upwards to create the sailboat’s hull.
  • Open up the bottom of the hull to make a flat base.
  • Create the sail by folding a small rectangle of paper in half diagonally.
  • Tuck one corner of the triangle sail into the opening at the top of the hull.

You can experiment with different sizes and colors of paper to make a fleet of simple origami sailboats .

Advanced Cut and Fold Sailboat

To create an Advanced Cut and Fold Sailboat , follow these steps:

1. Choose sturdy paper, like cardstock or construction paper , for support.

2. Start with a rectangular piece of paper, preferably 8.5 x 11 inches .

3. Fold the paper in half lengthwise to create a center crease .

4. Unfold the paper and fold the top edges towards the center crease , creating diagonal folds meeting at the top.

5. Flip the paper over and fold the bottom corners up towards the center crease , following the previous diagonal folds .

6. Fold the bottom edge of the paper up to meet the top edge , aligning the sides and creating a triangle shape at the bottom.

7. Flip the paper over, keeping the triangle shape at the bottom. Fold the bottom corners inwards towards the center crease , creating 45-degree angles .

8. Unfold the previous step and carefully cut along the creases , starting from the bottom and stopping before reaching the top.

9. Fold the paper back into its original shape, tucking the triangles created in step 7 into the slits made in step 8.

10. Create a sail by cutting a small rectangle from a different colored paper. Attach the sail to the back of the sailboat, near the top.

11. Your Advanced Cut and Fold Sailboat is now complete! It is ready to set sail in the imagination of your paper fleet.

Fun Activities and Games with Paper Sailboats

Looking for some fun activities and games with paper sailboats? Here are some ideas to get you started:

1. Racing: Set up a racecourse in a pool or a bathtub and have a friendly competition to see whose paper sailboat reaches the finish line first.

2. Obstacle Course: Create an obstacle course using household objects like pillows, books, or small toys. Test your skills by navigating your paper sailboat through the course without touching any obstacles.

3. Float and Sink: Test the stability of your paper sailboat by adding different objects one by one. See how many objects it can hold before sinking.

4. Design Challenge: Have a design contest with your friends or family. Each person creates their own unique paper sailboat design using colorful paper, markers, and craft materials. Then float them in water and see whose design performs the best.

5. Treasure Hunt: Hide small objects around the house or yard and use the paper sailboats as vessels for finding treasure. Sail them to discover hidden treasures and collect them along the way.

These activities and games with paper sailboats are not only fun but also great for enhancing creativity and problem-solving skills. So get ready to set sail and embark on some exciting adventures with your paper sailboats!

Some Facts About How To Make A Paper Sailboat:

  • ✅ Making a paper sailboat is a fun and easy craft project that introduces the art of origami. (Source: One Little Project)
  • ✅ All you need is a piece of printer paper to create a paper sailboat. (Source: One Little Project)
  • ✅ The process involves folding the paper in half lengthwise and width-wise, and then folding the top corners downwards to align with the center fold. (Source: One Little Project)
  • ✅ After folding the bottom flaps and creating a square shape, the paper sailboat is ready to be floated on water. (Source: WikiHow)
  • ✅ Adding tape to the corners and bottom of the paper sailboat can help make it waterproof and prevent water from seeping in. (Source: WikiHow)

Frequently Asked Questions

How do i make a paper sailboat with printer paper.

Step 1: Start by folding a piece of letter-sized printer paper in half lengthwise and then width-wise.

Step 2: Rotate the paper and fold the top corners downwards to line up with the center fold.

Step 3: Fold one layer of the bottom flap upwards and flip the paper over to fold the little flaps behind the triangle shape.

Step 4: Fold the remaining bottom flap upwards.

Step 5: Pick up the folded paper and pull your thumbs apart to flatten it.

Step 6: Fold the bottom point up to meet the top point and flip the paper over to repeat the fold.

Step 7: Run your fingers along the folds to ensure they are flat and all edges are folded.

Step 8: Pull apart the sides of the folded paper at the top point to create a boat shape. Pinch along the bottom edges to make folds on each side and your paper boat is complete.

Can I make a paper sailboat with origami paper?

Yes, you can make a paper sailboat with origami paper. Follow the same steps mentioned earlier, but remember to use proper cutting techniques if needed.

How long will the paper sailboat float in water?

The paper sailboat will float in water for at least 10 minutes before becoming waterlogged. To make it last longer, you can add a layer of tape to the bottom for better waterproofing.

What kind of paper should I use to make a paper sailboat?

You can use regular printer paper or construction paper to make a paper sailboat. If you have origami paper, that can also be used with proper cutting techniques.

Can I put things in the paper sailboat?

Yes, you can put lightweight items in the paper sailboat. If you are placing the boat in water, make sure to only put lightweight items to prevent the boat from tipping over.

How long does it take to make a paper sailboat?

Making a paper sailboat with regular printer paper typically takes about five minutes. It is a quick and easy craft project that can be enjoyed by kids.

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Election latest: Labour to win landslide and Farage to become MP for first time, poll projects

The Conservative Party is heading for its worst electoral defeat in history, falling victim to a Labour landslide, and Reform's Nigel Farage is set to become an MP for the first time, according to a major new poll of almost 20,000 people.

Tuesday 18 June 2024 22:59, UK

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Election news

  • Catch up  on our rundown of the day's political news
  • Tories heading for worst-ever defeat - poll
  • The senior Conservatives who could lose their seats
  • One of Tories' biggest 2019 donors endorses Labour
  • Sky News Daily: 'We need an adult conversation about migration'

Expert analysis

  • Jon Craig: Poll and defection are double trouble for Tories
  • Tom Cheshire : The data behind the public's view of immigration
  • Darren McCaffrey: PM's trip to luxury village shows no seat is safe

Election essentials

  • Check parties' manifesto pledges:  Conservatives | Greens | Labour | Lib Dems | Plaid Cymru | Reform
  • Trackers:  Who's leading polls? | Is PM keeping promises?
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It's 10pm and here is your rundown for today's political news...

  • The Conservative Party is heading for its worst electoral defeat in history , according to a poll of almost 20,000 people;
  • The Ipsos poll also suggested  Nigel Farage will win Clacton from the Tories, overturning the incumbent party's huge majority there;
  • It estimated  Labour could win 453 seats, while the Conservatives would take just 115, giving Sir Keir Starmer's party a 256-seat majority ;
  • The result would mean  senior Tory figures such as Grant Shapps, Penny Mordaunt, Gillian Keegan, Johnny Mercer and Sir Jacob Rees-Mogg losing their seats ;
  • Our chief political correspondent Jon Craig   said the poll is "terrible news" for the Tories;
  • Meanwhile former Conservative Party donor John Caudwell has announced he is endorsing and voting for Sir Keir Starmer's Labour Party.
  • Our weeknight politics show Politics Hub With Sophy Ridge  focused on the issue of immigration, with Labour's shadow equalities secretary Anneliese Dodds saying the country needs a "clear plan" to tackle migration;
  • During the panel discussion Jim Murphy, former leader of Scottish Labour, said a Labour policy that may work to reduce immigration is "dealing with the gangs in the same way you would deal with terrorists";
  • And former Conservative MP Philip Dunne said the government's Rwanda scheme is a "deterrent" for illegal immigration, but said the UK and France need to cooperate more.
  • In Scotland, Anas Sarwar has today launched Scottish Labour 's manifesto, with a focus on improving the future for young people in the country;
  • He also confirmed that Scottish Labour is against the two-child benefit cap , despite there being no plans to scrap the measure if Labour wins the keys to Downing Street.
  • Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey was in Eastleigh, where he discussed sewage - and claimed the Tories would "fail in opposition" just as he says they have in government;
  • And on a day of special coverage of the migration crisis here on Sky News, an exclusive poll suggested more Britons think immigration has had a negative impact on society than positive.

Here are some other stories you might find interesting: 

On the Sky News Daily podcast,  Niall Paterson is joined by community correspondent Becky Johnson   to discuss what voters think about elections, while economics and data editor Ed Conway digs into the statistics to reveal exactly how big an impact migration, both legal and illegal, has on the UK.

Thank you for following our live political coverage as the general election campaign continues.

Please see our 10pm bulletin for the key points of the day's news.

Join us again tomorrow from 7am for the latest political updates.

Earlier we brought you the breaking news that billionaire Tory donor John Caudwell had endorsed Labour (see 7.31pm post).

The Phones4U founder said the "failures" of the three prime ministers in government since then, alongside Labour's "transformation" under leader Sir Keir Starmer had led him to switch allegiance for the first time in his life.

You can read more about his decision  here ...

Covering a general election campaign as a journalist can largely be summed up in two words - battle bus.

Not too dissimilar to the coaches that rockstars use for their tours, battle buses are the vehicles each political party uses to transport their leaders, candidates, and advisers around the country during the election campaign.

Sky's political correspondents have each been following a different party - often joining them on the buses.

Here we take you behind the scenes on the campaign trail for the Conservatives, Labour, and the Liberal Democrats.

By Faye Brown , political reporter

Rishi Sunak's "soaring" personal wealth has come under fresh attack ahead of crucial inflation figures coming out tomorrow.

In what will be a key moment in the election campaign, the rate of inflation is expected to ease back to the Bank of England's target of 2% for the first time since spring 2021.

The figures could provide a much needed boost for the embattled prime minister, whose key offering to voters is that the economy has "turned a corner" under his leadership and they should not risk change with Labour.

But the Labour Party says this claim is "rubbished" by data showing more than half of Brits think the cost of living crisis has become worse in the last month.

The party says that Mr Sunak's wealth increased by £122m in the last year, while data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows millions of people continue to struggle.

Read more below:

More people in the UK think immigration has a negative impact on society than a positive one, according to a YouGov survey for Sky News.    

In the first general election since Brexit, all the major parties mention migration in their manifestos. 

Both the Conservatives and Labour are placing promises to tackle illegal boat crossings high on their list of promises if they get into Number 10.   

So what do voters think about immigration, and how could it affect these elections?  

Niall Paterson is joined by community correspondent Becky Johnson , who's been speaking to voters in Swindon about their views. 

Plus,  economics and data editor Ed Conway digs into the statistics to reveal exactly how big an impact migration, both legal and illegal, has on the UK.   

As we've been discussing this evening, both the Tories and Labour are promising to cut net migration levels - the number of people coming from overseas minus the number leaving.

Our political reporter Alix Culbertson has looked at their immigration policies - and those from the other main parties.

Read the full explainer here ...

The public has "probably seen through Boris Johnson" and he is no longer an asset to the Tory campaign, Jim Murphy, the former leader of Scottish Labour, says during  Sophy Ridge 's final panel discussion.

Mr Johnson has been appearing in campaign videos for a number of his Tory MP allies after reportedly being drafted in to help counter the growing threat from Reform UK.

Mr Murphy says the former prime minister was probably an asset during 2019 but now the public and Tory MPs have seen through him.

"I think the Conservatives are making the mistake that if you play the tune of 2019 it'll work for them in the same way," he adds.

"Involving Johnson at this stage suggests a campaign that has lost its sense of direction, because they're still trying to beat the Reform party rather than try to overcome Labour."

'There are MPs who like him'

Former government adviser Nimco Ali notes Mr Johnson "is popular in certain sectors of the country" and some MPs are leaning towards that.

"I would not think it's a Conservative plan to have him involved, I think it's individual MPs who like him, and he has kindly sent them those videos," she says.

That concludes our coverage of tonight's  Politics Hub With Sophy Ridge  - it'll return tomorrow from 7pm. In the meantime, stick with us here for the latest general election news and analysis.

A poll we reported on earlier is "terrible news" for the Conservatives, says our chief political correspondent Jon Craig .

It's predicting a 256-seat majority for Labour - up on 453 seats and the Tories down on 115 ( see 17.51 post )

Jon says this would be "much worse than 1997", when Tony Blair took Labour back into government, and their worst result since 1906.

But 117 seats are still too close to call in the Ipsos survey, he explains.

But while polls are only a "snapshot" of a campaign, there is a clear "trend" across the various surveys we're seeing.

"They are all fairly similar," Jon says, and it's "terrible news for the Tories".

It's been "double trouble" for the Tories this evening, he adds, given their former donor John Caudwell's endorsement of the Labour Party ( see 19.31 post )

"We don't know if Mr Caudwell is actually going to give some money to the Labour Party, but he's not donating to the Tories, and he's switched his allegiance."

Sophy presses former Conservative MP Philip Dunne on whether the Conservatives think it's all over.

It comes after the prime minister spent the day campaigning in traditionally safe Tory seats in the South West.

Mr Dunne says Rishi Sunak has "been all over the place throughout this campaign".

He says the prime minister "hasn't given up" and has "made it very clear he's fighting, every waking moment, to try to retain the Conservative government and Conservative candidates all over the country".

'No huge surprise' Tory support is waning

Asked if he is worried about the future of the Conservative Party, Mr Dunne, who is not standing in this election, says all political parties in office for a prolonged period "go through sort of waves of enthusiasm and support and waning of support".

He adds: "So it's no huge surprise that the opinion polls are suggesting that our support is declining somewhat at the moment."

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