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The Tories lurch left and right without a clue where they really stand | Gaby Hinsliff

Theresa May’s response to Brexit has taken ministers beyond their comfort zones. And that’s an opportunity for their opponents If Ed Balls didn’t have the medium of dance through which to express his feelings, he might be forgiven for wanting to punch a wall right now. So perhaps we can expect a more than usually vigorous turn from the former shadow chancellor on this week’s Strictly Come Dancing.
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