Martin Freeman trying to convince voters to go for ‘Labour'’ for the latest political broadcast
Date | 2015-05-06 02:21:50
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Martin Freeman trying to convince voters to go for ‘Labour'’ for the latest political broadcast 

Well, he is known more commonly for chasing dragons rather than chasing after voters for votes, yet the actor of Hobbit trilogy for the upcoming General Election is supporting the Labour.
Martin Freeman, who portrayed the character of Bilbo Baggins in the wildly flourishing movie, Hobbit trilogy insists his fellow Brits to go for the Labour forth upcoming General election, and he states that the party is represented all the greatest of things about his country.
We also get to hear a voice over of David Tennant, the star from Dr. Who. In quite a simple broadcast, Martin Freeman whose claim to fame was his role as Tim in the movie, The Office, said, “boils down to a choice between a Labour government and a Conservative one.”
H went out ahead stating that the choice that people will have to make is between two very different parties that have completely diverse kind of values and it would be a choice over the kind of nation one wishes to reside in.

Martin Freeman trying to convince voters to go for ‘Labour'’ for the latest political broadcast

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