Layla and Ed: The Iain Dale interviews

Over the last couple of weeks, leadership candidates Ed Davey and Layla Moran have taken part in hour long interviews with LBC presenter Iain Dale.

He certainly put them through their paces. Compare and contrast both interviews here:

First up, Ed from 16th July

And Layla from 21st July

If you haven’t made up your mind yet, maybe these will help.

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  • Russell Simpson 28th Jul '20 - 2:35pm

    Right at the outset Dale asks Moran why glass half empty re Coalition? Absolutely! I’ll be voting for Davey.

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