The dangers of political social media 'pushes'

The dangers of political social media 'pushes'

Social media gives politicians incredibly direct access to their constituents. But is anyone asking the tough questions?

Last Sunday’s BBC News at Ten included a report on British prime minister Theresa May’s Brexit situation. She faced a potential leadership challenge and calls from London mayor Sadiq Khan for a public vote on the new Chequers proposal. She wasn’t taking it lying down.

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