And so the nation prepares to go to the polls, a mere two years and a month after the last general election. If the preliminary polling is accurate, Jeremy Corbyn will be leading Labour to its biggest defeat since 1935, and Theresa May’s gamble for a firmer handle in Brexit negotiations will have paid off. Whilst the left is riven by ideological crisis, the Conservatives have seen off the populist far-right challengers and absorbed the excess. But does anyone outside the Westminster bubble really care about the minutiae? Join our panel of pundits as they get to grips with #GE17.
Speakers: Julia Rampen, Editor of Staggers, the New Statesman politics blog; Katy Balls, Political Correspondent, The Spectator; Miranda Green, Financial Times Journalist
Chair: Anthony Painter, Director of the Action and Research Centre
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