08/31/20 • 50 min
In the September edition of the Politics of Sound, Iain Carnegie invites the Member of Parliament for Bournemouth West, Conor Burns to pay his own visit to the Politics of Sound virtual Record Shop to select his three all-time favourite albums.
Conor emerges with an inspired and eclectic selection by Elvis Presley, Garth Brooks and Phil Collins and offers a fascinating insight into how his Christian beliefs have guided his life and thinking, his relationship with Margaret Thatcher, his reasons for resignation and his love of Coronation Street!
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