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Why boundary changes could keep Labour out

Reforms in our electoral system will mean Labour face an even tougher battle in 2020

By John Curtice  

How can Scottish Labour reconnect with its grassroots? © Andrew Milligan/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Labour is now coming to terms with the scale of its unexpected defeat. But when it has done so, there is more dispiriting news for it to take on board—the road back to power in 2020 is likely to be steeper than the one it was trying to traverse on 7th May.

Labour went into this  general election…

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