Editors' Picks Could anti-Brexit voters deliver Johnson's victory?
Voters in the medieval English city of Canterbury who want Britain's next government to stop Brexit could hand power back to a pro-Brexit Conservative Party candidate due to divisions among pro-Europeans, a pattern that could be repeated in dozens of seats across the country. Francis Maguire reports.
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