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The Chester by-election marks the end of Sunak’s honeymoon

Rishi Sunak (Credit: Getty images)

The biggest question in British politics at the moment is whether the massive poll leads Labour has over the Conservative party will hold. With Labour polling as high as 51 per cent and the Tories as low as 21 per cent in the past month, the next election could see a 1997 style result – or even worse, from a Conservative perspective.

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Nick Tyrone
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Nick Tyrone
Nick Tyrone is a former director of CentreForum, described as 'the closest thing the Liberal Democrats have had to a think tank'. He is author of several books including 'Politics is Murder'

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