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    This week we’re deep in the world of politics. Next year there’s going to be a general election, your opportunity to stretch your democratic wings and say who represents you. Chances are you probably know which box you’re going to tick, but whose name is going to be in that box? This Sunday the local Labour Party are going to choose their representative for the seat of Brighton Pavilion and today we’re talking to Birgit Miller, one of the four candidates,

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