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He will almost certainly hand the next UK election to Labour
By Matthew Goodwin
Some politicians, despite what they might have hoped, are only ever remembered for one thing. Coronavirus could easily become that ‘one thing’ for today’s leaders
There have been setbacks — but populists are consolidating, not retreating
The death of populism has been greatly exaggerated
Will coronavirus revive liberalism — or deliver it a fatal blow?
Boris won’t save Britain’s Conservative Party
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