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18 April 2017

The NS Podcast #207: Snap Election

The New Statesman podcast.

By New Statesman

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Emergency Podcast! Theresa May has called for an election on 8 June. Listen in to learn Helen and Stephen’s first thoughts on what this means for Labour and the country. Will the epic Tory poll lead hold? What next for Ukip and the SNP? And can Corbyn’s ratings make a come-back? 

 

For more election analysis, now read:

1. Stephen’s Four Thoughts on the election decision

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2. Julia Rampen on Nicola Sturgeon’s response

3. And Jonn Elledge with some reasons to feel good about what the election might bring

 

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