General Election 2017: Who would you vote for if you weren’t allowed to vote for yourself? Listen to recording of North Norfolk candidates’ revelations

James Wild (Conservative), Norman Lamb (Liberal Democrats) and Stephen Burke (Labour) will contest t

James Wild (Conservative), Norman Lamb (Liberal Democrats) and Stephen Burke (Labour) will contest the North Norfolk seat at the General Election on June 8. Picture: Ally McGilvray - Credit: Archant

It is set to be one of the closest elections in years.

Three candidates are contesting the North Norfolk seat at the General Election on June 8 – Stephen Burke of Labour, Norman Lamb of the Liberal Democrats and James Wild, of the Conservatives.

We caught up with them at a packed hustings meeting in the Parish Church in Cromer on Friday night.

We asked them: If they could only achieve one thing in Parliament if elected, what would it be?

And: Which of the other North Norfolk candidates would you vote for if you weren't allowed to vote for yourself?


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Some of the answers may surprise you…

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