Labour and Lib Dem leaders hail byelection results

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Keir Starmer and Ed Davey on Friday said the defeat of the Conservatives in two byelections was a clear sign from voters that Boris Johnson should resign. The prime minister suffered a double blow as voters rejected his party in two special elections dominated by questions about his leadership and ethics. The Lib Dems overturned a big Tory majority to win the rural Devon seat of Tiverton and Honiton, while Labour reclaimed Wakefield in West Yorkshire

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