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After hearing what the Tories did right to secure their stunning victory at the 2015 general election, Iain Dale talks to Iain Watson, BBC political correspondent and author of 5 Million Conversations: How Labour Lost an Election and Rediscovered its Roots, about what Ed Miliband’s Labour Party did wrong. Watson analyses the lack of strategy and central message that defined Labour’s campaign, whilst also highlighting the strengths and faults of its leader. Together they assess the rising stars of the Labour Party, whilst predicting what the future may hold during this exciting time for British politics.
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