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Henningsen: UK Election is About Brexit, But Economic Woes Won’t Go Away

Finally, after much parliamentary jiggery-pokery, a date for a UK General Election has been set – December 12th to be precise, and right in time for Christmas. Will PM Boris Johnson and the Brexit Party claim the majority they say they have in hand? Can Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn overcome his own inner-party gremlins of 2019? Certainly, if the election were held today, the Tories would walk to victory, but a lot could happen in 6 weeks. 

During Wednesday’s episode of BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY for Sputnik Radio, co-hosts Eugene Puryear and Sean Blackmon are joined by 21WIRE editor Patrick Henningsen to discuss the UK General Election, and specifically what role media coverage will play, and what strategies the Labour and Conservative parties might try to take command of the polls over the next 6 weeks before the election, and also what role ‘Remain’ Liberal Democrat MPs and the SNP might play in the event of a hung Parliament, and also is the Irish border issue will be a factor. Look for both parties to push economic and austerity issues to try and woo, or scare the public and influence votes. All this and more. Listen:

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