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Is there a Tory modernisers’ case for Brexit?

Steve Hilton's recent speech fell short—just

By John McTernan  

David Cameron's former policy guru Steve Hilton, who ©Andrew Parsons/PA Wire/Press Association Images

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“For the next generation, focused on the future, the EU is as weird and old-fashioned as having a landline.” That was Steve Hilton, the former senior adviser to David Cameron setting out the modernising Tory case for Brexit in a speech (followed by a Q&A) at Policy Exchange think tank last week.…

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