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The Downtown Den Politics Podcast | EP.38 | 1st July 2024

It's the final countdown. But have Nigel Farage, Suella Braverman and TV debates been the big losers of the seven week 'yawn fest' of a campaign?

It’s the final countdown. We are just three days away (at time of recording) from polling day, finding out who has won the general election of 2024. But have Nigel Farage, Suella Braverman and TV debates been the big losers of the seven week ‘yawn fest’ of a campaign?

We’ll also be checking out what’s happening in France and talking of television debates, reflecting on that disastrous performance from Joe Biden in his head to head with Donald Trump last week.

Welcome to the Downtown Den politics podcast.

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