An English parliament, and an unlikely home for it

A major opinion poll shows majority support among the English for their own parliament, which could even be sited in the town of Lichfield. In this interactive video, Mark Easton explains the issues.

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The video was presented by Mark Easton and production was by Jon Leleu and John Lawrence.

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