Perhaps early days to read much into this given there are internal factors like HS2 in play within Chesham, but for the votes to goto the Lib Dems and not Labour means there seems to be a strong Brexit bias still in parish England, particularly in Cornwall, Oxfordshire and now Buckinghamshire. And given the Tories had a strong local election campaign only last month, it would be difficult to argue that their demise is near due to Brexit. But Starmer has still not spelt out what he expects for Labour let alone how to unite the party and his popularity figures still seem on a downward spiral. And people do know what the Lib Dems stand for although perhaps they need a better leader. So should we have an economic downturn given we have yet to see the impact of Brexit or our Covid response, could the Lib Dems come out of the ashes as the party of protest? Perhaps that is wishful thinking. But what you cannot deny given this election is that if the conditions are right they can overturn a HUGE swing and should Labour regain the Northern Red Wall whilst the Lib Dems take parish England along with the marginal constituencies in three years time, a coalition shouldn't be ruled out just yet.