“I see disbelief in politics and distrust in everyone”, says a Labor man who, even so, is confident of sending home a conservative ‘big shot’

It’s 3pm and it’s time to pick up the kids from school. Good time, therefore, for a candidate to capture the attention of his potential voters. “Good afternoon! Can I give you this leaflet?†. This is how Dan Norris addresses anyone who passes through primary school in Saltford, in southwest England.

Labor, who was once a deputy and is currently mayor of a metropolitan area with almost a million inhabitants, wants to return to the House of Commons in next Thursday’s elections. A kind of revenge, since he sat on those green benches between 1997 and 2010, the year in which he was defeated by the conservative Jacob Rees-Mogg, whom he now wants to beat in the Somerset North East and Hannan constituency.

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Francesco Giganti

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