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Former Prime Minister Tony Blair, who led Labour to three successive victories, will use a speech on Monday to describe British politics as “utterly dysfunctional” and urge voters to examine how they cast their ballot in “650 mini-elections.”

Blair will highlight how voters no longer identify along party lines and are more likely to identify themselves with their decision in the 2016 European Union referendum. That means parties are focusing on the local detail perhaps more than ever before. On Sunday, when…

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