Election 2015: Voters at National Aquarium in Plymouth
The Daily Politics is touring the UK calling in on voters at 18 sites and asking for their views on the general election.
In the first of the series, reporter Giles Dilnot spoke to Marcus Williams, Emma Mellor and Shaun MacLellan, who work at the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth, to ask how parties could fish for their vote on 7 May.
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07 Apr 2015
- From the section Election 2015