British Prime Minister Gordon Brown outside 10 Downing Street in April, announcing the date of the 2010 General Election

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown outside 10 Downing Street in April, announcing the date of the 2010 General Election

The British are voting in one of the closest elections in decades: How immigration, deficits, a gaffe and the first televised debates in the nation’s history will reshape U.K. politics.

Guests

  • Jacob Weisberg chairman and editor-in-chief of The Slate Group. He recently spent several days on assignment for the Guardian covering the UK election.
  • John Burns chief foreign correspondent of "The New York Times"
  • Edward Luce Washington bureau chief, "Financial Times"

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