Breaking down that segregation (a little)

By Dan Corry | 12 December 2019
  • Dan Corry

It has not been the best advertisement for our democracy and most people will be glad it’s all over, writes Dan Corry. So why does he think the General Election process always does some good?

This General Election has not been one of the most edifying. Politicians have not impressed the public, too often evading hard questioning and prone to promising all sorts of things that may never be delivered.

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