The prevailing mood at this year’s Conservative conference was one of lament – for the loss of MPs in the last election, but also for the lack of a clear vision on how to win back those voters it failed to engage with at the polls in June.
The Conservatives lost ground in two key demographics at the election: young people and voters in major cities. During conference season the government failed to set out a policy platform that gets to grip with the challenges facing these groups, or a compelling vision for the future of urban Britain.
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