Edinburgh Special

Matt Chorley heads to Edinburgh for a Scottish Red Box special.

On a whirlwind tour of the capital he gauges public opinion on the major parties and seeks to understand issues on the minds of voters, there's also host of interviews including: Times columnist Alex Massie, on why the political map could become very divided, Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson, who explains why she's 'in charge' north of the border.

There's also contributions from University of Strathclyde's John Curtis who reviews the polls and details why victory could still mean peril for Theresa May, and Times' Scottish political correspondent, Hamish Macdonell outlines what to look for on election night. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy