Ed Upsets the Neighbours

What happened when a community magazine in Ed’s family neighbourhood tried to find a supporter of the mansion tax, so they could write a balanced article giving equal prominence to both sides of the argument? The Primrose Hill journalist tasked with the story tells Ham & High:

“We wanted to do pieces on issues affecting the community, giving both sides a voice. For hours I tried – and failed – to find just one supporter of Labour’s proposals in Primrose Hill. Everyone opposed it. We’ve had to push back the piece until next month. Or until I find someone.”

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