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VIDEO Punchline Talks: Cheltenham MP Alex Chalk

There has been plenty going on in Parliament over the past few months - so lots to catch up on when Punchline Talks caught up with Cheltenham MP Alex Chalk.

In the first of a new series of B!G Interviews, he talks to Punchline-Gloucester.com editor Mark Owen about a range of topics.

Among them are the future of Cheltenham's high street, online trolling and policing internet giants, furlough, limited company directors, developments on the town's cyber park, the A417 and Junction 10 and the probation service.

Recorded before the Budget, he also covers his early days as a barrister and offers his three top tips for business.

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