By-elections rarely cause political earthquakes but as the most recent one in Chesham and Amersham has highlighted, they can cause tremors that reverberate through political parties, knocking a brick or two from territorial walls in their wake.
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|Publication status||Published - 28 Jun 2021|
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- UK politics
- Labour Party
- white working-class
- Batley and Spen