Morning Jolt: A Smashing Victory for Conservatives in the U.K.

Let's end this week with a bang: The Conservative party enjoys a gargantuan win over in the United Kingdom, ensuring the passage of Brexit and utterly crushing the hopes of the Left that socialism would be a big winner at the ballot box; a new revelation about Joe Biden and his son Hunter might shake up the Democratic primary; Politico offers a bizarre assessment about Congress; and a Democratic House member is caught watching golf during the impeachment markup.

The Sun Rises on a Whole New World for Conservatives

Holy smokes, what an absolute drubbing from beginning to end — and I'm not just talking about last night's Jets game. In yesterday's elections in the United Kingdom, the Conservative party needed 326 seats to have a majority, and they have, as of this writing, 364 with one seat still being counted. That's a pickup of 47 seats and the biggest win since Margaret Thatcher won her third term in 1987.

Yesterday I laid out why Johnson's top opponent, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, ...

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A Smashing Victory for Conservatives in the U.K.

Jim Geraghty

Let's end this week with a bang: The Conservative party enjoys a gargantuan win over in the United Kingdom, ensuring the passage of Brexit and utterly crushing the hopes of the Left that socialism would be a big winner at the ballot box; a new revelation about Joe Biden and his son Hunter might shake up the Democratic primary; Politico offers a bizarre assessment about Congress; and a Democratic House member is caught watching golf during the impeachment markup.

The Sun Rises on a Whole New World for Conservatives

Holy smokes, what an absolute drubbing from beginning to end — and I'm not just talking about last night's Jets game. In yesterday's elections in the United Kingdom, the Conservative party needed 326 seats to have a majority, and they have, as of this writing, 364 with one seat still being counted. That's a pickup of 47 seats and the biggest win since Margaret Thatcher won her third term in 1987.

Yesterday I laid out why Johnson's top opponent, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, ... Read More

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