NR Daily: For Britain’s Tories, Election Losses Are a Wake-Up Call — and an Opportunity

The Conservative party would have a real opportunity to stop its bleeding and orchestrate a political resurgence under a new, pro-Brexit leader.

May 13 2019

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For Britain's Tories, Election Losses Are a Wake-Up Call — and an Opportunity

Chris Gavin

The Conservative party would have a real opportunity to stop its bleeding and orchestrate a political resurgence under a new, pro-Brexit leader. Read More

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