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Explaining the RDFRS UK/Ipsos MORI poll

Paula spent much of Tuesday doing interviews about the RDFRS UK/Ipsos MORI poll for a total of 17 different BBC local radio stations, some live, some pre-recorded.

Here are 4 of them.

BBC Radio Devon

BBC Radio Cornwall

BBC Radio Wiltshire

BBC Radio Scotland

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