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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

PUBLISHED: 03:52 03 June 2017 | UPDATED: 03:52 03 June 2017

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

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

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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?

Some of the answers may surprise you…

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