“There was a deep sense of dissatisfaction about Parliament”—a revealing British-election hike

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OUR CORRESPONDENT walked the length of Hadrian’s Wall, in northern England, finding shifting party alliances and surprising views on Brexit. We take a look at the phenomenon of Japan’s hikikomori, who shut themselves in for years on end. And why a plague of rats in California is likely to get even worse. Runtime: 22min

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