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The UK General Election: Potentially a little more interesting than previously anticipated

According to polls today, the Conservative party’s lead over Labour is down to 9 points. That’s still a big lead for sure, but when PM Theresa May called the snap election on April 18th the Tories’ lead was 18 or even 20 points. The vote is on June 8th and that’s probably too soon for Labour. Probably.
Meanwhile, the Conservative Party’s never-ending repetition of its slogan “Strong and Stable” is beginning to get on people’s nerves, it would seem:

Well played, London.

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