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Hugo Rifkind

The Conservatives’ real problem? It’s that the electorate now sees them as reckless

17 June 2017

9:00 AM

17 June 2017

9:00 AM

The opposition wants to raze your house to the ground. No, bear with me. Analogy. They say they’ll pull it down, and build a new one with, I don’t know, walls of gold, and hot and cold running unicorns. ‘You can’t trust them,’ says the government, ‘because they want to knock your house down!’ And normally, normally, this would be quite an effective message.

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