Election blind dates: Ken Clarke and Alastair Campbell
What happens when two people from across the political divide are brought together for dinner?
To find out, the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme has organised a series of 'election blind dates' for the general election campaign.
Ken Clarke was a Tory MP until he was thrown out in September for rebelling against Boris Johnson's government.
Alastair Campbell is a former director of communications for Labour, who was expelled from the party in May for voting Lib Dem at the European elections.
Produced by Emma Ailes.
05 Dec 2019