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Newslinks for Wednesday 28th October 2020

7 monthes ago   |   By Conservative Home

The new Tory rift over the North-South divide
“With Brexit all but done and the biggest Tory majority since the days of Margaret Thatcher, Boris Johnson should be the master of all he surveys... But nature abhors a vacuum, and the void that has been left by the civil war over Europe is rapidly being filled by a new internal schism: the North-South divide. Where Mrs May had the European Research Group of hardline Brexiteers gnawing away at her authority, Mr Johnson has the newly-launched Northern Research Group, becoming a magnet for backbench MPs with a gripe against him. Founded to...
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