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30 Jan 2021

Politics and Society

Deputy Director Paula Surridge says Labour have been quiet during the pandemic – but it’s difficult for them to do otherwise.

She says it’s difficult to get cut through to voters on issues other than vaccinations and lockdown at the moment, and discusses the voters the Party needs to win back.

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