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Inside the political brain

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Guest editor Colin Firth was interested in a study of whether there is correlation between brain structure and our political beliefs.

Researchers at UCL scanned a number of people's brains and found there could be a link and it made news around the world - from India to the US and Australia.

Two of those who took part, MPs Alan Duncan and Stephen Pound, discuss what they found out about each other's brains.


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