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Tory switchers less keen on Sunak’s smoking ban

27 February 2024

5:07 PM

27 February 2024

5:07 PM

It’s the threat the Tories really fear: a high-profile defection at the beginning of an election year. Richard Tice’s Reform party might be polling at around 10 per cent nationally but until now they’ve struggled to make an impact in Westminster. That could all change if Lee Anderson, the red wall Rottweiller, chooses to defect following his loss of the Tory whip last Friday.

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