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Do elections change anything? With Caroline Flint and Ian Stewart

15 Sekunden vorwärts
15 Sekunden vorwärts

Every five years, we put a cross on a piece of paper – and put it in a ballot box.

It’s a democratic right. A civic duty. An opportunity to have a say on what matters to us in our communities.

2024 is a big year for elections. Because more of us than ever before will be going to the polls around the globe. In the US. The UK. India. Taiwan. Mexico. South Africa. And many more.

And there’s a lot at stake – from the rise of the far right and soaring inflation to ongoing geopolitical conflicts and the climate emergency.

But voting is one thing. Making change happen, is another altogether.

For this episode, we’re joined by Rt Hon Caroline Flint, former MP and Government Minister for the Labour party, and Ian Stewart, Chief Economist at Deloitte, as we ask: Do elections change anything? 

Tune in to find out: 

  • What we can learn from past elections to make future elections count
  • How governments can balance short-term issues and long-term challenges
  • Which issues matter most to voters right now
  • How elections impact business – and how businesses can be prepared


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Guests: Rt Hon Caroline Flint, former MP for the Labour party and Advisory Board Member for think tank Reform, and Ian Stewart, Chief Economist at Deloitte

Hosts: Ethan Worth and Annie Wong

Original music: Ali Barrett


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