Week in Review: The U.K. Elections Were the Real Second Referendum

Labour lost 59 seats, putting the party in its worst position since 1935. The Tories won a majority of 78, making this their biggest victory since 1987.

December 15 2019

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The U.K. Elections Were the Real Second Referendum

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Labour lost 59 seats, putting the party in its worst position since 1935. The Tories won a majority of 78, making this their biggest victory since 1987. Read More

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