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Old 05-04-2020, 02:27 PM
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Originally Posted by fang View Post
You ignore two things. Firstly voter demographics. Secondly, the extent those within the Tory party and those who back it, are prepared to allow a populist 'leftward' drift. Both political theology and naked economic self-interest are still lines in the sand.
If the trends of under 45s supporting Labour continue then any voter demographic change would benefit Labour from that point of view regardless of who the leader is.I'm 100% certain that the Tories will not move to the left in any way,especially the direction they are moving at the moment but all moving to the right does is increases their election chances in the long run,particularly given how unpopular the centre is at the moment.
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