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In Conversation With Steve Allen 9pm - 10pm
2 October 2017, 17:44
Theresa May's policy programme has featured more u-turns than an Uber driver with a broken GPS, so James asked her faithful what the party stood for.
The Conservative party conference opened with a couple of policy announcements from the Prime Minister: a tuition fee freeze and fresh investment in the Help to Buy scheme.
Both policies mark a departure from the government's previous disinterest in young people and their votes. And it's not their first u-turn either.
James O'Brien used the opportunity to ask Conservatives what it exactly meant to be a member of their party.
After spending an hour answering phone calls, James was no closer to finding out what it means to be a Tory than when he started.
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