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  •   Home > News > Politics

    The Conservative Party's handling of Brexit could see them crash out of parliament

    The Conservative Party's handling of Brexit could see them crash out of parliament


    Analysis by The Telegraph has found the Tories could lose around 59 seats in the event of a general election.

    Jeremy Corbyn's Labour party would become the biggest party, but would still need the Scottish National Party's support to have a majority rule.

    Experts say Leave voters disappointed by Theresa May's Brexit extension are behind the dramatic shift in public opinion.

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