Professor Tim Bale, In London mayoral election, more than city hall is at stake
4 May 2016
Londoners will elect a new mayor on Thursday in a race that pits the son of a billionaire against the son of a bus driver and presents an electoral test for the Conservative Party ahead of a referendum on whether the UK should leave the European Union. “In terms of the EU referendum, it’s not necessarily a bad thing for Cameron that a euroskeptic doesn’t win the day,” said Professor Tim Bale.
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Click here to read a Financial Times article on Cameron and Corbyn clashing over terrorism in which Professor Bale is quoted