Primary focus of this campaign must be on policies

19th January, 2020
Primary focus of this campaign must be on policies
Election 2020 has kicked off this week

In the first week of Election 2020, the various parties have set out the central themes of their campaigns, but precious little policy detail has emerged.

There has been the usual back and forth on the records of each party and competing claims about who is best placed to manage the economy and the trade talks phase of Brexit.

In what will be a very short campaign, it is important that voters do not get consumed...

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