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18 Sep 2020

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Will getting Brexit done restore political trust?

There has been much written and said about the degree of trust that voters have in their government, and in politicians in general. At a time of considerable uncertainty around Covid-19, as well as around the various laws and guidelines governing public behaviour during the pandemic, these questions have taken on a newfound urgency.

This report looks provides a starting point for those interested in tracking the relationship between government and governed in this Parliament.

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