Decipher what the local elections really mean for the country

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Friday, May 3, 2019
Best for Brexit

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The results are in and it’s been a bad night for both the Conservatives and Labour. The Foreign Secretary has called it “a slap in the face”. The Conservatives have lost hundreds of council seats, while Labour, too, is in the red. The Liberal Democrats, however, look like they might finally have started a revival.

Brexit clearly played a key role in the results, but what do they mean for national politics? All sides, from Remainers to no-dealers via government loyalists, are trying to spin this as evidence that they were right all along, but they can’t all be correct. Follow all the latest developments and decipher what these elections really mean for the country with our unrivalled politics team.

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