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Something the Tories can learn from Canada’s conservatives

29 February 2024

9:43 PM

29 February 2024

9:43 PM

When contemplating the scale of the Tories’ expected drubbing in the coming general election, some commentators reach for the example of Canada’s Progressive Conservatives. The 1993 federal election saw the governing centre-right party, which had been in power since 1984, lose all but two of its seats in the House of Commons.

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