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Martin Freeman explains the differences between Labour and the Tories in a new video.

Martin Freeman explains the differences between Labour and the Tories in a new video.

The stars have come out to support Labour.

Both Martin Freeman (Watson in the BBC’s Sherlock – among many, many other great roles) and David Tennant (currently enjoying ratings joy in the second season of ITV’s Broadchurch; formerly the star of the BBC’s Doctor Who) appear on Labour’s latest YouTube video, talking about the ideological differences between Labour and the Conservatives.

At first glance, this might seem to support the “stark contrast” between just two choices that David Cameron suggested today, but it seems to this writer that supporters of the other parties will find the comparison just as useful. Where do their own values lie? Some might be more extreme than the Tories; many may be further to the Left than Labour.

It seems worthwhile to have someone stand up and say how this translates on the ground. Here’s the video:

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