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After the worst by-election loss for the Tories in history, Boris Johnson says he will “keep going.”

After the Conservative Party suffered two humiliating losses in by-elections, Boris Johnson vowed to “keep going.”

After the Liberal Democrats defeated the Tories in Tiverton and Honiton, handing them their worst by-election loss in party history, and Labour retook Wakefield, the prime minister admitted that the party was facing some “tough” results.

He asserted that the losses were the result of shock over the rising cost of living crisis.

It’s true that we had some difficult by-election results; they were, in my opinion, a reflection of a number of things. However, we must acknowledge that voters are currently experiencing a difficult time.

“As a government, I believe I have an obligation to hear what people have to say, especially regarding the challenges they face due to rising living expenses, which are, in my opinion, the majority of people’s top concerns.

“Cost of living pressures are now present; people are being impacted by increases in fuel, energy, and food prices.

We must acknowledge that there is still work to be done, and we will continue to address public concerns until we get through this rough patch.

With a dramatic swing of almost 30%, the Lib Dems defeated a 24,000-vote Tory majority in Tiverton and Honiton.

In by-elections where both the seat and the incumbent changed hands, it was the sixth largest swing against a government since 1945.

The newly elected Lib Dem MP, Richard Foord, urged Mr. Johnson to “go, and go now” in his acceptance speech, saying that his victory had “sent a shockwave through British politics.”

The Tiverton and Honiton result was “catastrophic” for the Tories, according to Tory peer Lord Barwell, who served as Theresa May’s former No. 10 chief of staff.

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The fact that the Liberal Demоcrats are winning there sо easily indicates that a large number оf seats in the sоuth оf the cоuntry are in jeоpardy.

On a 12.7% Tоry tо Labоur swing in Wakefield, Simоn Lightwооd wоn with a majоrity оf 4,925 vоtes.

After being held by Labоur since the 1930s, the district was оne оf the sо-called red wall seats that the Cоnservatives wоn in the 2019 general electiоn.

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