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Could a return to its ‘nasty party’ roots save the Tories?

11 September 2023

10:07 PM

11 September 2023

10:07 PM

Next year’s general election could either be a 1992 or a 1997, commentators have speculated: a slender Tory win or a Labour landslide.

Last weekend David Blunkett suggested it is more likely to be a 1964 – the narrowest of Labour wins leading to a much bigger majority in another election called a couple of years later.

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