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TMay needs a sizeable CON majority in Witney to deal with the “unelected PM” taunts

A good by-election result will also reinforce her BREXIT strategy It is not TMay’s fault that she ended up as CON leader and PM without having to go through a membership ballot. Once Andrea Leadsom pulled out on that memorable Monday morning there was no further obstacle and she was assured of the leadership and […]
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