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Trevor Phillips on Sunday live: Travel restrictions are a trade-off and holidays as normal ‘was never going to be the case’, says justice secretary

Tories taking supporters ‘for granted’, says Lib Dem leader

Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey has said his party’s victory in the Chesham and Amersham by-election proves Boris Johnson “can be beaten”.

Speaking to Sky News, he said: “There is a huge moment for the Liberal Democrats, a big move in British politics with the British people.

“I think up until we defeated the Conservatives in Chesham and Amersham people thought Boris Johnson couldn’t be beaten – that he was somehow impregnable. Now they know he can.”

He argued the Conservatives have been taking voters in safe seats “for granted”.

He said: “Many people have all said that I was the first politician to knock on their doors and they lived there for 20 or 30 years.”

He added: “People not just in Chesham and Amersham but across the blue wall seats I think have been taken for granted, and they saw Liberal Democrats listening to them, responding to them.”

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