Bristol South and bloody Brexit – General Election 2019On the eve of this unpredictable election, Neil Maggs went to Labour-held Bristol South to talk to people about trust in politics, Jeremy Corbyn and Brexit, which divides people.Posted by The Bristol Cable on Tuesday, 3 December 2019
On the eve of this unpredictable election, Neil Maggs went to Labour-held Bristol South to talk to people about trust in politics, Jeremy Corbyn and Brexit, which divides people.
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Really appreciate the effort taken to canvas local opinions with a well put together video.
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