Standing outside his house in a quiet cul-de-sac in Finchley, north London, Ronnie Gordon was on the brink of changing a lifetime’s political allegiance. The former dustman had voted Labour as far back as he could remember, but not this time.
Across the road, Bazilio Fonseca, a postman, had come to a similar conclusion. A couple of miles south in Golders Green, Moshe, an ultra-orthodox Jewish businessman who didn’t want to give his full name, said: “I’ve always voted Labour. It’s quite a big thing to change.”
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