The Brexit Party Poses an Existential Threat to the Tories


The Conservatives wouldn’t listen. They didn’t take the revolt in The Midlands seriously. Now the party is likely to pay.

(From The National Review)

Nor is the Brexit party a purely English phenomenon, as its critics often suggest. It’s now the second-largest party in Scotland and the largest party in Wales — two countries in which the Tories have now fallen to below sea level in the polls.

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