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Labour risks losing more minority ethnic voters to Tories, study finds  

A woman voting in Luton in 2015, when Labour won 68% of the minority ethnic vote, down from 80% in previous elections. Labour is fighting to halt a slide in its traditionally rock-solid minority ethnic vote which threatens to cost it even more seats, a study released on Monday finds. Operation Black Vote says 45 of the 50 most marginal seats have a minority ethnic population bigger than the majority of the winning party. The survey by the non-partisan OBV says the minority ethnic vote could determine if Theresa May gets a landslide or Labour avoids a wipeout on 8 June. Read more HERE

Published on 21/05/2017 @ 21h46   | |