UK Tory fact of the day

In the UK, Conservative party membership has been dwindling for decades. At its peak, in the early 50s, it was 2.8 million. Last year, it was 124,000 and the party received twice as much money from dead members, through wills, as from the living.

That is from a longer Andy Bennett piece on the deepening crisis in conservatism.


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