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Tories talking to DUP on boundaries

Tories talking to DUP on boundaries
The Conservative party is attempting to keep its boundary reforms alive by tolding talks with the Democratic Unionist Party, sources have told the Guardian.

In a bid to shore up support for the plans, which would help them win a majority in 2015, Tory sources said the party is also looking to one of the nationalist parties to back them.

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