There’s too much at stake not to vote in the election

Thursday’s poll offers an opportunity to break from the ‘business-as –usual’ of British politics argues senior Leeds Beckett University lecturer Remi Joseph-Salisbury Written By:  Remi Joseph-Salisbury

AS WELL as distracting us from the Conservative party’s expenses scandal, the hastily-called general election was undoubtedly an attempt to catch the opposition by surprise.

With a political establishment and mainstream media desperately vying to protect a status-quo that benefits them, the onus falls on us, the people, to fight against power.

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The Voice Online - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 17:42:43 +0000

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