The rise of Mavis man and woman
Meet “Mavis”: the Middle-Aged, Volatile, Insurgent voters reshaping Britain’s politics. Who are they and what do they want for themselves and the country?By
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Andrew Marr is political editor of the New Statesman. He is a former political editor of BBC News, and hosts Tonight with Andrew Marr on LBC radio.
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