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Left Turns for New Times In the wake of Thatcher's third election victory, many intellectuals on the Left and Centre Left are arguing that only new visions and agendas can defeat the Tories. Does this debate resonate outside their circles?
Presenter John Eidinow Producer DAVID HABAKKUK Editor CAROLINE ANSTEY
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