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Why haven’t the Tories suffered a backlash for austerity?

By Kate Harrison, Lecturer in Public Policy, King's College London
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The recent elections in the UK have been hailed as another success for the Conservative party. The headline loss for Labour in 2021 was the Hartlepool by-election – but it also ceded control of councils across the country. After over a decade in government, overseeing the biggest reductions in public spending since the second world war, it is remarkable that the Conservatives continue to enjoy such strong electoral support.

Spending cuts implemented under the Conservatives have…

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