James Forsyth James Forsyth

Will Cameron pull his punches to help the Tories reunite?

After the opening skirmishes the ‘inners’ are winning on the economy and the ‘outers’ on immigration

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[/audioplayer] If Downing Street’s calculations are correct, next week will see politics begin to return to normal. We’ll all move on from talking about Boris Johnson and Brexit and instead start fretting about the budget and pensions: the first phase of this four-month referendum campaign will be over.

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