Candidates polling third urged to step aside in key marginals

  The Guardian 

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Vote for a Final Say, which hopes to prevent Tory majority, appeals to Lib Dem and Labour candidates A tactical voting campaign has made a last-ditch appeal for Labour and Lib Dem candidates polling third in a series of marginal seats to step aside so as to improve the chances of the other party defeating the Conservatives. Vote for a Final Say, which is seeking to ensure a second Brexit referendum by preventing a Conservative majority, has compiled a list of 20 marginal seats in England and Wales where, it says, votes for the third-placed party could result in the Tory candidate winning. Continue reading...
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