Last Thursday saw a flurry of election activities in the United Kingdom: national polls in Scotland and Wales, local council elections across England, mayoral elections in major cities and dozens of races for police and crime commissioners. Who better to recap ‘Super Thursday’ than our old pal Rob Ford, professor of politics at the University of Manchester.
Rob explains how Brexit still looms large over British politics and why Labour is too big to kill, yet too small to win…
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