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Hugo Rifkind

Labour’s middle-class problem

15 July 2017

9:00 AM

15 July 2017

9:00 AM

Be fair. Theresa May’s plan actually half-worked. No, there was a plan. I know the consensus now seems to be that the entire election was motivated by little more a succession of senior Tories saying ‘Gosh yes, everybody loves you!’ to the Prime Minister while Fiona Hill and Nick Timothy stood behind her chair, slapping truncheons into their palms.

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