How significant is Labour’s Chester by-election win?

How significant is labour's chester by-election win?

Sky News published this video item, entitled “How significant is Labour’s Chester by-election win?” – below is their description.

Labour has comfortably won the Chester by-election, the first public vote since Boris Johnson and Liz Truss were forced out of Number 10.

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