The BBC Radio Oxford Election Debate for Cherwell

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The customary pre-election debate on BBC Radio Oxford took place on Wednesday morning.  I took part along with Barry Wood for the Conservatives, Sean Woodcock for Labour and David Betts for the Libdems.

It was a lively session as you can hear for yourself by clicking here.

With such a short amount of time available it was difficult for us all to explore all the points fully so I thought it might be worth expanding on some of them in more detail here.  I’ll be doing that in a few subsequent posts over the next couple of days.

If you have any comments or points you’d like to raise after listening to the debate, please feel free to contact me.

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About Ian Middleton

Ian writes a regular column for Retail Week Magazine and also writes for Huffington Post and other new media platforms as well as contributing comment pieces for national newspapers and magazines. He has appeared on BBC TV and local and national radio and was The Green Party Parliamentary candidate for North Oxfordshire in 2015 and 2017. He is an ethical entrepreneur with areas of expertise in retail and social entrepreneurship. But he also writes and comments on music, food, the environment, ethical consumerism, technology, energy production and animal and human rights. Ian is a trained psychologist, musician, runner, hiker, allotmenteer, vegan, humanist and committed atheist.

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