BBC News is continuing its series looking at political priorities in different parts of the UK. This report is from the north-east of England in the constituency of Bishop Auckland. Historically it's been a Labour stronghold in general elections, but this majority has been slowly whittled away over the years. It's now down to just over 500 votes and that's made it a key Conservative target in this election. When it comes to Brexit 61% of people voted to leave the EU.
Clive Myrie reports from Bishop Auckland for the BBC News at Ten.