As we get ready for Thursday's election, we're reading up on the history of the Daily Mail, what the UK government actually does and how it pays for it, and what those elusive young voters actually want from their representatives. Plus, Brazil's ongoing corruption scandal, and a controversial take on race and class in France.
On Monday 13 March, In The Long Run held its first public event in Cambridge – a panel discussion on the forthcoming French presidential election. Dr Hugo Drochon, Dr Olivier Tonneau, and Dr Mélanie Lamotte examined the likely outcome of the contest and considered what an Emmanuel Macron or Marine Le Pen presidency would mean for France and Europe.
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