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Date: 2017-04-21 12:08 pm (UTC)
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Some of my friends are saying, wait for the result of the May (month) local and mayoral elections and use that as a proxy to predict how Cambridge will swing. Which seems like not a stupid plan since the local elections will obviously happen before the General anyway.

I think there's a serious danger of Huppert not winning Cambridge, because for one thing it's always been marginal, for another thing he stood in 2015 and lost, in spite of having been a very popular MP from 2010 to 2015, for a third thing Cambridge really hates the Lib Dems over the tuition fees issue. (In my opinion voting Labour, who introduced tuition fees, over Lib Dems who merely entered a coalition that continued tuition fees, does not really make sense, but that seems to be how a lot of the electorate feel.)
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