April 2nd, 2015
Episode 367 of 1761 episodes
Britain could well be facing another minority government, in what’s being described as the closest and most unpredictable national election since the 1970s. While the Labour Party is facing electoral wipeout in Scotland, David Cameron has drawn criticism for a surprise decision to rule out a third term. Also in this edition of Between the Lines, what’s in the proposed the Trans-Pacific Partnership and will it go ahead?