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Star of The Hobbit, Sherlock and The Office, Martin Freeman explains that he believes this election is a choice between two completely different sets of values. He says Labour are focused on community, compassion and fairness, while the Tories have cut taxes for millionaires and only work for people at the top.
Watch on link (below) and see if you believe in what he says
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