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In the West Midlands, Street is buffeted by a storm. But he sounds like a man who has the wind in his sails

1 month ago   |   By Conservative Home

“I hear it's sunny in Lichfield,” Michael Fabricant joked, as a storm of unbridled ferocity broke over a group of campaigners for Andy Street, Tory candidate for West Midlands Mayor.
About a dozen people were gathered in the car park between the One Man and His Dog pub and the Co-Op supermarket in Turnberry Road, Bloxwich.
They included Eddie Hughes, who captured Walsall North for the Conservatives in 2017; Fabricant, who has represented Lichfield since 1992; and Jahid Choudhury, who is within striking distance of winning a council seat in Aston, where he will be standing again next...
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