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Election Manifestos Infographic

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In Delayed Gratification #19, we dissect the UK’s general election in a series of infographics and data visualisations. As part of our coverage, we worked through the more than 150,000 words contained in the manifestos of the five biggest parties (and on the infamous Ed Stone) to find out which themes preoccupied them most: here are the results.

This infographic is taken from issue #19 of Delayed Gratification. For our full 10-page infographic extravaganza on the UK’s general election, buy the issue in our shop.

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