Without a seismic change, liberals may wish to resign themselves to a regulation midterm “shellacking”.
Author: Harrison Griffiths
One may reasonably expect that Thursday’s elections are more about who collects the bins and fills the potholes than anything else, and they would be partially correct. But as with almost any western democracy, the state of the country writ large is never far away from peoples’ minds when they can their ballot. In addition to local elections across England and Wales, which present a very real threat to Boris Johnson’s leadership, Scotland will once again express its views at the ballot box with scandals in Holyrood and Westminster influencing events in addition to the ever- present debate around independence.…
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