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Any “Remain Alliance” should be guided by these three principles

In a snap election only disciplined teamwork will deny Johnson the majority he craves 

By Hugo Dixon  

Heidi Allen has launched the Unite to Remain movement. Photo: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire/PA Images

Boris Johnson and his top aide Dominic Cummings seem to think the Tories could win a snap general election. The prime minister clearly hopes that by stealing Nigel Farage’s plan to crash out of the EU without a deal, he would squeeze the Brexit Party’s vote. Meanwhile, the pro-European vote would be split so badly between Labour, the Lib Dems, the Greens and others that the Conservatives would come through the middle even if they only got…

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