For more than a year, Labour has enjoyed a sizable polling advantage over the Conservatives. The next election, which is due in the next two years, is expected to see Labour win by up to 20 points, according to polling averages.
Policy editor Jane Merrick and political reporter Chloe Chaplain give us an inside look at how the opposition party will handle the upcoming months and how it plans to convert the polling advantage into a landslide victory in this week’s episode of The Podcast.
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Why top restaurants in the UK seem to be insulated from the current economic crisis
When the cost of living crisis seems a million miles away, senior reporter Serina Sandhu joins our host, Molly Blackall, to take us on a deep dive into the world of fine dining.
So why are people willing to wait months for millimeter-thin sliced Quince and pay hundreds of pounds for it? That will be made clear by Serina, who will also discuss how “revenge dining” might be involved.
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