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Panel Discussion: Georgina Downer and Thomas Bentley on the UK Election


British Prime Minister Theresa May has called a snap election – the first early election in the UK since 1974. Opinion polls indicate her Conservative government is in for a thumping victory, but in an era of voter volatility, is this an unnecessary gamble? Or will May get the mandate she wants to negotiate the UK’s exit from the European Union on the best terms?

On 9 June, the day after UK polling day, Georgia Downer and Thomas Bentley discussed what the results mean for the UK, EU and the world.

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