What the Lib Dems' shock 'Blue Wall' by-election win means for the government's planning changes

The Liberal Democrats' spectacular by-election win in a previously safe Tory seat in Buckinghamshire is likely to see the government face increased opposition to its proposed changes to the planning system and potentially water down the more radical measures, commentators expect.

by Gavin McEwan
The LibDem candidate Sarah Green giving a victory speech last might - image: Getty
The LibDem candidate Sarah Green giving a victory speech last might - image: Getty

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