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The Oracle SPEAKS

by Robbie Dinwoodie

IT’S NOT HARD to see why, when it comes to political pundits, our broadcasters adore Professor John Curtice. He is vastly experienced, having been in the studios on General Election nights since 1979 and runs the exit polls that have consistently nailed results; he is sharp as a tack, with a real intellectual grounding, but speaks fluent journalese when required; and, perhaps above all, he looks the part.

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