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  • Davis hints at Tory election gloom

    David Davis has said he remains unsure as to whether the Conservatives will win an overall majority at the general election. The senior Tory backbencher warned the country would be left facing a "weak" and "almost blackmail-able" coalition government next May if his party failed to win enough seats. He told the Andrew...

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