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The Tory Party is about to change

Come 9th June, a substantially higher proportion of its MPs will be long-time Brexiteers

By Alex Dean  

Prime minister Theresa May and Chancellor Philip Hammond ©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire/PA Images

It is widely forecasted that Theresa May is heading for an historic victory on 8th June—but just how historic?

According to Election Forecast UK, May could win up to 468 seats next month, a gain of 138. She could very well soon make the short list of leaders who have delivered three-figure gains in just one go. It’s 20 years since Blair managed it in 1997, but you have to go back to 1945 to find another…

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