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Labour Remainers don’t have to love moderate (ex) Conservatives—but they should see the value of an alliance

Parties are always coalitions, but extra-parliamentary campaigns have to be even more so

By Emma Burnell  

Works and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd and Minister for Women leaving Downing Street, London, after meeting the new Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Is Amber Rudd a hero—or villain? There has been a lot of friction recently between FBPE-types who think Rudd is a hero for resigning the Tory whip, and her cabinet job, over Johnson’s extremist behaviour, and those to their left who blame her for a series of wider societal issues—in particular, the Windrush scandal over which she had to resign after misleading the house of commons (what a long…

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