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What is there left to say about the Tories?

13 April 2024

9:00 AM

13 April 2024

9:00 AM

Spare a thought for us political commentators. We stare into the void between now and a (presumed) decisive Labour victory in a (presumed) autumn general election, haunted by the need to say something significant on a weekly basis at least. Yet there seems so little left to say.

Readers don’t need to be told that the Tories are in an unholy mess, or that nobody likes them

Until recently we could perhaps speculate that the election might be next month but it’s surely too late now even for that surprise.

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