|Their England is a Lie|
Due to the semi-democratic nature of the British two-party state, there is always a focus on the number of seats won in the immediate aftermath of a general election, but I think it is far better to look at the way people actually voted. Though it is not a very accurate representation of the true will of the people as many voters will have voted for their second choice candidate.
Therefore, I think the best way to look at the result is to divide the parties into progressive and reactionary camps and on that score, the progressives are clear winners.
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