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Labour steps up attacks on ‘Tory sleaze’ – but will it cut through to voters?

Party sees cronyism as Conservatives’ biggest weakness but faces challenges in making charges stick to Teflon Boris “Tory sleaze is back” is Labour’s new mantra – a bold charge first laid down by Rachel Reeves as the party challenged the government to back a more wide-ranging inquiry into lobbying and cronyism after the Greensill saga.Labour has come to see it as the Conservatives’ biggest weakness, with one insider likening the drip-drip of cronyism allegations to those that engulfed John Major’s government. Continue reading...


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