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  • The Sun wants to make the election go viral
  • The Sun wants to make the election go viral
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The Sun wants to make the election go viral

Can you parallel park Harriet Harman’s Pink Bus? If you’re unsure of the answer, a trip to Sun Nation might help. The tabloid minisite – a spin-off from The Sun – features a host of politics-lite features and games, as the newspaper looks to boost clicks in the run-up to the election. 

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