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The election fallout: what happens next?

The Guardian and Observer’s Sonia Sodha, looks at what happens next for the Conservatives and Labour. Plus, Samanth Subramanian on the hidden cost of the home delivery revolutionWith 365 seats, up 48 on the last parliament, the Conservatives emerged from the 2019 general election with a majority of 80. The Tories swept through constituencies in the Midlands and the north of England that Labour has rarely lost in its history: seats such as Bishop Auckland, Great Grimsby and Workington. Labour won 203 seats, its lowest total since 1935. Sonia Sodha, the Guardian deputy comment editor and Observer chief leader writer, looks with Anushka Asthana at what we can expect next. What kind of prime minister does Boris Johnson intend to be, who will take over the leadership of the Labour party and what does the outcome of this election mean for the future of the union? Continue reading...

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