With just one week until the country heads to the polls, every move the candidates make is crucial. Joining Christopher Hope in the Red Lion this week are four people with very different opinions on the key issues at play. First up, economist Liam Halligan tells us why Boris Johnson should be doing more to attract “generation rent”. Next we hear from Katy Roxburgh, adviser to the 50:50 Parliament Campaign, who thinks this campaign is notable for the number of women standing for office. Pollster Martin Baxter brings us an update on how the parties are faring with their target voters, and finally, graphologist Emma Bache tells us which party leader’s handwriting make them most suitable for Number 10.
Read Liam Halligan’s Telegraph columns: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/authors/liam-halligan/ |
See Martin Baxter’s latest polling: https://www.electoralcalculus.co.uk/pseph_podcast20191204.html |
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