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Hugo Rifkind

This is not a strong government – so why isn’t the opposition opposing it?

2 February 2017

3:00 PM

2 February 2017

3:00 PM

‘For heaven’s sake, man, go!’ A week after the Brexit referendum, and that was David Cameron at the despatch box, on Jeremy Corbyn. It might be in the Tories’ interest for Corbyn to be leading the opposition, said Cameron, but it wasn’t in Britain’s, and he should push off sharpish.

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