When a high transport travel organisation Thomas Cook imploded this year it left holidaymakers stranded and thousands of employees out of work. It also came as a outrageous blow to Peterborough, a city that has been a home given 1977.
Voters in Peterborough have had an supernatural ability to elect an MP for a winning party in many of a elections in new history, nonetheless it went opposite a waves final time around by electing a Labour MP. This year, it is in a sights of not usually a Conservatives, though a Brexit celebration too that is looking during a 61% leave opinion as an event for a gain.
The Guardian’s Robert Booth has been back and brazen to Peterborough all year to news on housing, politics and a rain of Thomas Cook. He tells Anushka Asthana that no matter that approach it swings during this election, a immature and different race has outrageous potential.
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