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.

We are experimenting with a new type of interactive video. This format is currently only available on a specific set of desktop and tablet devices and unavailable in Internet Explorer. As the prototype develops we will increase the range of browsers and devices supported.

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

This content is not available on mobile phones. We would like to know your views on this new format. Did you find it easy to use? Was the interactive content engaging? Let us know what you think.

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