Wrexham has returned a Labour MP to the Commons ever since the 1935 UK General Election. Like many other seats in traditional Labour heartlands, it once had a proud coal mining tradition, and delivered a resounding Leave vote back in the June 2016 referendum on EU membership (58 per cent).
A Survation poll commissioned by The Economist for the constituency made for great reading – for the Conservative Party. Labour, meanwhile, were trailing the Tories by 15 percentage points.
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