Brexit Podcasts

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FirebreakstarterThe First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford, tells us about his 'short, sharp, firebreak' lockdown.

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Always Take Your Tiers With YouAs Lancashire becomes the latest area to move into the 'very-high' restrictions tier, the Prime Minister has warned that he may 'intervene' if new measures for Greater Manchester are not agreed.

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Anand Menon on LBC's Shelagh Fogarty: Boris Johnson's announcementAnand Menon joins Shelagh Fogarty to talk about Boris Johnson's announcement that the UK should prepare for a no deal Brexit.

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Anand Menon on Talkradio's Mike Graham show: Brexit deadlinesAnand Menon speaks to Talkradio's Mike Graham about the recent European Council meeting, the deadlines for a Brexit deal, and the sticking points in the negotiations.

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Covid tiers, US poll fears and political jeersRichard Porritt and Steve Anglesey return to shine a light on another week in pair discuss the government's new coronavirus tiers, the shifting of Brexit talk deadlines, an outbreak of jokes by politicians and the contents of Geri Scott's spice rack.

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Cracks in the Union JackIs the Government's piecemeal lockdown driving as big a wedge between the North and South of England as there is between Westminster and the devolved governments?

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Real Winter is ComingProfessor Sir Jeremy Farrar thinks so - he sits on SAGE and directs the Wellcome Trust, and tells Adam and Fergus that without a three week national lockdown, winter could be a bumpy ride.

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Old fogeys and new dealsDavid Davis makes his grand return to the podcast this week, and that means only one thing...

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Economics of Covid-19 and Brexit, revisitedAt this Isolation Insight webinar, speakers discussed the economics of the Covid-19 pandemic and the UK's exit from the EU, six months after lockdown began and with less than three months left of the transition period.

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How do you solve a pandemic, Maria?Adam is joined by Dr Maria Van Kerkhove, the Technical Lead on Covid-19 at the World Health Organization.

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Many QuestionsCan you still visit others in their support bubbles? Where is the virus spreading? What's going on with Nightingale Hospitals?

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The Trump Card, with Nigel Farage: Episode threeDonald Trump and Nigel Farage are two of a kind. They share a fervour, a following and a friendship.

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Tiers for FearsThe prime minister has announced a new three-tier system of restrictions in England to try to stop the spread of coronavirus.

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David DimblebyLegendary broadcaster and former presenter of BBC Question Time, David Dimbleby, chats to Adam about Iraq, the seductive quality of podcasting and the future of the BBC.

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Karaoke Coffey, No-deal deadline and some hope StatesideRichard Porritt and Steve Anglesey return to pick over another weird week on Covid-infected Planet Brexit.

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How to win a Culture WarHaving lost control of the virus, the economy and now the Conservative Party, can mojo-free COVID casualty Boris Johnson relaunch himself with a war on Lefty Luvvies?

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Brexit galore and the room next doorFans of the UK's Withdrawal Agreement seem fewer and further between by the day, and this week former leader of the Conservative Party Sir Iain Duncan Smith joins Christopher "Chopper" Hope to discuss why he certainly isn't one of them.

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The West WingAre pubs and restaurants in the North going to be forced to close next week?

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Can Boris Survive Brexit?This week we come back to Brexit and ask whether Boris Johnson has a good way out of the current negotiations with the EU over a trade deal.

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Sober OctoberAdam is joined by the BBC's Sarah Smith and Vicki Young to discuss the upcoming closure of all pubs and restaurants in central Scotland.

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DIY Party ConferenceNewscast attends the virtual Conservative party conference. Adam, Laura and Chris listen to Boris Johnson's speech and speak to Sir Iain Duncan Smith in the virtual conference hotel bar afterwards.

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Labour's Brexit policyAs the Brexit transition period comes to an end, UK in a Changing Europe and LabourList are putting on a series of events exploring the key issues facing the Labour Party in the coming months.

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The Trump Card, with Nigel Farage: Episode twoDonald Trump and Nigel Farage are two of a kind. They share a fervour, a following and a friendship.

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Not Excel-lentJennifer Williams, from the Manchester Evening News, joins Adam to discuss the technical glitch that caused nearly 16,000 cases of coronavirus to be missed.

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Justice delivered?Newly-minted Deputy Political Editor Vicki Young explains why SNP Margaret Ferrier is facing calls to resign - and is looking increasingly isolated, and not just because she's quarantining.

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Laurence Fox on his new political party and the anti-woke backlashIn an exclusive, no-holds-barred interview, the actor and leader of the newly-formed ‘Reclaim' party tells Christopher Hope how he secured 10,000 supporters and a £5 million donation all before next month's launch...

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Rumours, Definitely Maybe and The WallRichard Porritt and Steve Anglesey return to shine a light on another week in pair discuss local lockdowns, Priti Patel's blue-sky thinking, the first US presidential debate and rumours swirling around Boris are joined by Kevin Cummins to discuss his new book of Britpop Withers speaks to pollster Deborah Mattinson about the demolition of...

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Hellbent on CompromiseAs the final round of trade talks EU grind into low gear, should we brace ourselves for another heroic climbdown from the Prime Minister?

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Spitting ImageNew local restrictions announced today for Liverpool, Hartlepool and Middlesbrough now place a quarter of the UK under some form of 'local lockdown'.

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Building the blue wallRaise your coffee cups! We're back in the Red Lion, and joining Christopher Hope this week is Amanda Milling, co-chairman of the Conservative Party.

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Introducing: The Fault Line: Bush, Blair and IraqOn September 11th 2001, as he faced incalculable losses after the terrorist attacks that day, President George W Bush made a call to his greatest international ally: British Prime Minister Tony Blair.

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The UNGA GamesThe BBC's Justin Rowlatt explains why China's announcement at the UN General Assembly could be a significant step in the fight against climate change.

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Beyond Brexit Live with Lisa Nandy MPFor our first Beyond Brexit Live event, Professor Anand Menon spoke to Shadow Foreign Secretary and MP for Wigan Lisa Nandy.

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Skill SeekersBoris Johnson has promised "radical" changes to the education system in England to help boost the post-Covid economy.

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Anand Menon on Talkradio's Mike Graham show: Brexit deal progressAs Michael Gove says progress has been made in the Brexit negotiations, Professor Anand Menon talks to Mike Graham about where the talks have got and what is yet to come.

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Introducing 'The Trump Card', a mini-series with Nigel FarageDonald Trump and Nigel Farage are two of a kind. They share a fervour, a following and a friendship.

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Sir Ed DaveyAdam and Chris take us through the latest Coronavirus news, and talk to Lib Dem leader Sir Ed Davey about his pledge to be "the voice of carers".

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The Student Pub QuizAdam hosts this weekend's student pub quiz with Catherine Roys from Teesside University radio station, TUXtra.

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Keir, Covid and the Currant BunRichard Porritt and Steve Anglesey return to shine a light on another week in British pair discuss Keir Starmer's virtual conference speech, observance of the Covid regulations, Charles Moore and the turmeric lattes and Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

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The Wrong Good FridayThis edition recorded before Kent was made an independent statelet... As the Internal Market Bill takes a wrecking ball to the Good Friday Agreement, Alliance Party Deputy Leader and North Down MP Stephen Farry explains why this will shift every aspect of politics in Northern Ireland.

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Red walls, the centrist cause, and BoJo's mojoYou throw the right wing out, the left wing out, and it's centre-ground politics all about!

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So long, furlough, auf wiedersehen, goodbyeThe chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced the government's new economic measures for when the furlough scheme ends next month.

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Life NewscasticAdam is joined by Professor Jim Al-Khalili from BBC Radio 4's The Life Scientific to talk about his recent interviews with Neil Ferguson and Sarah Gilbert.

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Another six monthsPubs, restaurants and bars are to close at 10pm, and people are told to work from home if they can again in new measures announced today by the prime minister.

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Been here be 4The UK's coronavirus alert level is being upgraded from 3 to 4. Adam, Laura, Chris and Fergus talk through what it means for the country.

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Jill Rutter on BBC Radio 4's PM: Covid-19 and BrexitJill Rutter reflects on the government's handling of Covid-19 and Brexit and explores the success of its communications.

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Sarah Hall on BBC Radio 4's Money Box: ex-pat bank accounts and BrexitProfessor Sarah Hall discusses the closure of ex-pat European bank accounts due to Brexit.

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Short circuitOn the day that Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the UK is now seeing a second wave, we try to figure out what the government means when they say they are considering a "circuit-break" approach for suppressing the spread of coronavirus.

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Boris Johnson's genius move and David Cameron's pheromonesRichard Porritt and Steve Anglesey return to shine a light on another week in British pair discuss Boris Johnson's latest genius Brexit move, the secret diary of Sasha Swire, Grant Shapps' graffiti masterplan and the whereabouts of Gordon the Domeneghetti talks about the rise, fall and rise again of the Rubik's Cube.

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The Great British Lawbreak-OffJust how precarious is Tory support for the Government's disavowal of international law via the Internal Market Bill?

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The "lentil-eating, sandal-wearing, beard-growing" BBCWestminster is often referred to as "the corridors of power", and three inhabitants of those hallowed halls join Christopher Hope to discuss the politics of holding power on this week's show.

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The Test and Trace RaceAs large parts of the north-east of England are put under further restrictions, and figures today reveal only a third of people are receiving their covid test results within 24 hours, what's going wrong?

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Shadow cab rankWho's who in the shadow cabinet? Newsnight's Nick Watt has the beginner's guide to the Labour frontbench.

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Brexit: six months of stalemateSpeakers David O'Sullivan, former European Union ambassador to the United States Katya Adler, Europe Editor, BBC Bruno Waterfield, Brussels Correspondent, The Times Anand Menon, Director, UK in a Changing Europe Chair: Jill Rutter, Senior Research Fellow, UK in a Changing Europe.

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To the LighthouseWhy is there a shortage of covid tests? Adam speaks to epidemiologist Alan McNally who was one of the people involved in setting up the Milton Keynes Lighthouse Lab.

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Aye at nightThe Internal Market Bill, giving government the power to override parts of the Brexit agreement with the EU, passed its first hurdle in a late night Commons vote.

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Where R we now?Adam is joined by the BBC's Fergus Walsh and Vicki Young to discuss the government's response to the growing infection rate.

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The Joy of Six, in a very specific and limited wayRichard Porritt and Steve Anglesey return to shine a light on another week in British pair discuss the government's latest announcement on socialising measures, Operation Moonshot, Lawrence Fox's Twitter travails and Trip Out To Help Out, a potential scheme for drug dealers.

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Rogue Nation: Britain scuttles its credibilityAs Johnson scrapes his Oven-Ready Deal into the bin, we ask why would any other country ever trust Britain's word ever again?

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Law making and law breakingIn a limited and specific way, AKA via a Zoom call, the Telegraph's Christopher Hope is joined by two stellar guests: TUC boss Frances O'Grady and former Brexit Minister David Jones.

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EUltimatumAnd while wildfires turn the sky orange in California, we ask Justin Rowlatt what he makes of a citizens' assembly plan to tackle climate change - and where snotcicles come from.

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218: Is History Repeating With Brexit And Coronavirus?Also returning is Brexit, with the government admitting that they're planning on breaking international law.

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The Rule of SixAdam, Laura and Fergus walk through the new, 'simpler' coronavirus restrictions in England - dubbed the 'Rule of Six' by Boris Johnson.

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Hands, face, space… break international law: Politics Weekly podcastHeather Stewart and Polly Toynbee discuss what the new Covid-19 restrictions entail, as well as the latest UK Brexit legislation, for which the government is willing to break international law.

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Catherine Barnard on BBC Radio 4's World at One: Internal Market BillThe authoritative source for independent rigorous high-quality academic research on UK-EU to our Brexit and Beyond podcast #Brexit2016 #Economy #Brexitfacts #politics #Europe #podcasts #JohnCurtice #Generalelection # #partypolitics #Brexitvote #Facts #BrexitBreakdown #Parliament #EuropeanUnion #Referendum2016 #Leave #Remain #impartial #news...

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Safe SixSocial gatherings of more than six people will be illegal in England from Monday - with some exemptions - after a steep rise in coronavirus cases.

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Isolation Insight: where does politics go from here?As part of our Isolation Insight series, this event looked at where politics is heading after the Covid-19 lockdown and with less than four months to go until the end of the Brexit transition Thompson, Professor of Political Economy, University of Cambridge David Runciman, Professor of Politics, University of Cambridge Katy Balls, Deputy...

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Anand Menon on BBC Radio 5 Live: Boris Johnson agrees a dealAnand Menon spoke to Emma Barnett on BBC Radio 5 Live about the deal achieved by Boris Johnson, its reception in Brussels and how parliament will react to it on Saturday.

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Tim Bale on LBC's Iain Dale: Brexit negotiations, deadlines, and dealsDeputy director Tim Bale talks to Iain Dale about whether the UK and EU want a deal and the deadlines for making it happen.

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Brexitcast Is BackSo we've fired up the klaxon and brought out the binders. Laura, Katya and Adam discuss the government's plans for a post-Brexit customs bill, and look ahead to another round of talks starting this week.

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Anand Menon on Times Radio's Hugo Rifkind show: Brexit negotiationsAnand Menon discusses the latest on the Brexit negotiations, whether a deal is likely, and what a deal might look like.

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Anand Menon on BBC London's Vanessa Feltz show: Brexit negotiationsDirector Anand Menon talks to Vanessa Feltz about the latest developments in the Brexit negotiations, especially in relation to the government's overriding of the Withdrawal Agreement.

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Anand Menon on BBC Radio Scotland's Good Morning Scotland: Brexit negotiationsDirector Anand Menon discusses the latest development in the Brexit negotiations, following an article in the Financial Times on how the government could unpick the Withdrawal Agreement.

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Anand Menon on BBC World Service's Newsday: Brexit negotiationsAnand Menon responds to the latest development in the Brexit negotiations, particularly the possibility of the government overriding the Withdrawal Agreement and what this would mean for the negotiations.

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Anand Menon on Talkradio's Mike Graham show: Brexit negotiationsAnand Menon talks to Mike Graham on Talkradio about the latest developments in the Brexit negotiations: the potential overriding of the Withdrawal Bill, whether a deal is possible, and the impact a deal or no-deal could have on the UK.

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Anand Menon on BBC Radio 5 Live's Breakfast show: Brexit and the Withdrawal AgreementAnand Menon discusses the latest developments in the Brexit negotiations and looks at the government's plans to override parts of the Brexit withdrawal agreement.

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Jill Rutter on BBC Radio 4's The Week in Westminster: Gavin Williamson and the civil serviceThe authoritative source for independent rigorous high-quality academic research on UK-EU to our Brexit and Beyond podcast #Brexit2016 #Economy #Brexitfacts #politics #Europe #podcasts #JohnCurtice #Generalelection # #partypolitics #Brexitvote #Facts #BrexitBreakdown #Parliament #EuropeanUnion #Referendum2016 #Leave #Remain #impartial #news...

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Pret A DangerAdam is joined by Pano Christou, the CEO of Pret A Manger, to discuss the sandwich chain's plan for pandemic survival.

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Back to school and the shifting MailRichard Porritt, Matt Withers and special guest Liz Gerard return to shine a light on another week in British trio discuss the prime minister's burgeoning in-tray, the state of the ministerial sack race, shifting sands at the Daily Mail and whether Fred Basset is funny.

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The Lady's not for U-Turning: Leadership Lessons with STEVE RICHARDSAs MPs prepare to return to work, what should we look out for in the new parliamentary session?

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Shaun Bailey on why London 'deserves better'The Tory candidate for London mayor speaks to The Telegraph's Christopher Hope about why Labour mayor, Sadiq Khan is his ‘secret weapon', why allegations of institutional racism among the Metropolitan Police are unjustified and why he doesn't agree with Conservative colleagues who see taking the knee as a subordinate gesture.

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Testing Tony BlairFormer Prime Minister Tony Blair joins Adam to explain why he's turned into a testing geek - and how he thinks the international community needs to up its game to tackle Covid-19.

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KickstarterAdam is joined by BBC Newsnight's Nick Watt and Network Rail's Nick King to discuss the Government's new work placement scheme.

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The Mysterious Tony AbbottPolitics resumes at Westminster today - and Adam is reunited with Chris Mason for a well-needed chat about what they've been up to on their first day back.

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Sarah Hall on BBC Radio Nottingham: public debt and BrexitSenior fellow Professor Sarah Hall discusses the UK's level of public debt and what this means for the UK economy.

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An EU love affairFor Zoe Adams Green ‘The EU was my oyster'. Joining Michaela down the line from Italy, she describes her love affair with Europe, and her experiences moving around the EU seeking work and latterly starting a family, opportunities that will be out of reach for future generations of British citizens once they lose their rights to Freedom of...

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One of our prime ministers is missingRichard Porritt and Matt Withers shine a light on another week in pair discuss Tony Abbott's appointment as UK trade envoy, the Proms culture war, the Republican National Convention, Tenet and Jacob Rees-Mogg's vellum shopping list.

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Land of Hopeless ToriesRecorded before Germany pulled Brexit from next week's summit AND before "mutant algorithm". This week, after his feeble response to the Summer of Messes, is governing just too hard for our work-averse Scarlet Pimpernel of a Prime Minister?

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Where now for the Lib Dems?Sir Ed Davey has been named the new leader of the Liberal Democrats. Our guest presenter Jane Garvey asks his former adviser Polly Mackenzie whether he can turn the party's fortunes around.

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Trump vs Biden: A prize fight between two heavyweightsLast week was all about the Democratic convention - Joe Biden's "light and dark" speech, strong words from the Obamas, and Kamala Harris making history.

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Trade talks, taking on Trump and tarantulasRichard Porritt and Steve Anglesey return to shine a light on another week in pair discuss the incredible career of Gavin Williamson, plucky outsider Dido Harding securing the government's top pandemic job, the Beatles' best albums and smuggling speak to former Foreign Officer adviser Anton Spisak about the state of the EU-UK trade talks.

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Belarus RisingAs fights its way towards true democracy, we speak to a protestor who's on the ground in Minsk about what's really happening and what we can do to help.

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Victoria DerbyshireIn this Newscast, Adam hears how Victoria Derbyshire lifted the lid on lockdown violence, hearing from the women who have escaped domestic abuse during the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Grades Against the MachineA-Level and GCSE students in England will now be able to use their teacher-assessed grades, after an algorithm led to tens of thousands of students being marked down.

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Tim Bale on Bloomberg's Westminster: Brexit negotiationsDeputy director Tim Bale discusses the Brexit negotiations and explains why he thinks a deal will be struck this year.

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Biden's trump cardThe Democratic Convention will be different this year. No packed arena, no cheering supporters, no balloons falling onto the anointed presidential nominee, Joe Biden.

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Living in Spain… nearly 40 years onBritish migration to the Spanish coastline is only part of the story about British emigration to Spain.

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The recession and Liz Truss' cheese obsessionRichard Porritt and Steve Anglesey return to shine a light on another week in pair discuss the recession, the coverage of migrant Channel crossings, Joe Biden's vice-presidential pick and Liz Truss' cheese Withers talks to actress, writer and TV presenter Emma Kennedy and journalist and Labour activist Constance Kampfner about the Liberal...

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200th Edition! Daze of Future PastWho's got the Ben and Jerry's? In our gala 200th edition, our original core team of Dorian Lynskey, Ros Taylor, Ian Dunt, Naomi Smith and Alex Andreou gather not to pore over the past but to look at the future.

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Making the gradesWith exams cancelled and schools and colleges closed since March, how have A-level and BTec students' grades been affected?

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Showing the SNP the red cardDouglas Ross, the new leader of the Scottish Conservatives and football referee joins Christopher Hope to discuss moving on from the independence debate, why UK Government-funded projects in Scotland should bear the Union Jack, and why his football background stands him in good stead in Westminster.

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Michelle O'Neill on Brexit and Irish unity: Politics Weekly podcastIn the second part of our Politics Weekly series, Jonathan Freedland speaks to the deputy first minister of Northern Ireland, Sinn Féin's Michelle O'Neill, about Brexit, John Hume and working with Arlene Foster.

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Media myths, the peers list and IDS' book dissedRichard Porritt and Steve Anglesey return to shine a light on another week in British pair discuss media law myths, Boris Johnson's honours list, Iain Duncan Smith's forgotten 2003 novel and Barry Gibb's new teeth.

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Around the world in three interviewsIn a poor excuse for a summer holiday, Christopher Hope takes an audio journey starting in Washington, where Government trade adviser Shanker Singham tells us about the possibility of post-Brexit trade deals, why a deal with the US could affect your favourite tipple and why he thinks Liam Fox is the best choice to lead the WTO.

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Infocalypse Now: Deepfakes and the War on DemocracyAttention, bots, trolls and rogue A.I.s! This week our own Nina Schick publishes her new book.

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Risk AssessmentOn this week's bumper Newscast, Adam asks Jeremy Bowen why the tragic explosion in Beirut could have bigger consequences closer to home.

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Jonathan Portes on Radio 4's PM: the furlough schemeJonathan Portes reflects on the furlough scheme and the potential support which the government can provide to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.

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Tim Bale on Times' Radio Ayesha Hazarika: where next for the Lib Dems?Tim Bale reflects on the Liberal Democrat's leadership contest between Layla Moran and Ed Davey, alongside the publication of the UK in a Changing Europe's report 'What's next for the Liberal Democrats?

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Meg Russell on LBC's Ian Payne: House of LordsProfessor Meg Russell explains the role of the House of Lords and reflects on the government's recent appointment of 36 new members last week.

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Hands, Face, SpaceAs Boris Johnson announces a pause to lockdown easing in England, we try and understand what it means and what could be next.

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Social mobility, Free Movement and the impermanence of citizenship rightsA lesser known story of British migration to the EU is how it interplays with social mobility.

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Spokespeople, Scotland and defunding the BBCRichard Porritt and Steve Anglesey return to shine a light on another week in British pair discuss their applications to be the government's new £100,000 spokesperson, Grant Shapps' self-isolation and the campaign to defund the BBC.They talk to Ian Dunt about whether the battle for the Union is already lost, while Niall Griffiths gives a...

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Labour's Infinity War reignitesContinuity Corbynism picks a fight with the Starmer Leadership in the aftermath of the antisemitism court settlement.

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Public service broadcaster or "self-serving broadcaster"?Auntie has tightened the purse strings as this weekend millions of over 75s will have to start paying for their license fee.

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Inside AstraZenecaThe race is still on to find a Coronavirus vaccine - but what will it look like, and how will we get hold of it?

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Bossing the Tech BossesOn the day that the world's biggest tech companies defend their firms against claims they abuse their power, Adam is joined by the BBC's Aleem Maqbool and Jessica Lessin from technology business publication, The Information.

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On Your BikeThe government has unveiled a plan to boost cycling with new bike lanes, vouchers for repairs and lessons on offer.

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Jamie OliverJamie Oliver joins Adam to talk through the government's obesity strategy. And now that people returning from holidays in Spain have to quarantine for two weeks, can we still go abroad this summer?

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Jane Garvey and Greg JamesFortunately for Newscast, Jane Garvey's in the hotseat. James and Laura discuss the prime minister's first year in office, England's first day of compulsory mask wearing in shops, and whether anti-vaxers pose a threat to Covid recovery.

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Anand Menon on BBC Radio 5 Live's Stephen Nolan show: the Brexit negotiationsAnand Menon responds to questions from 5 Live listeners on the latest on the Brexit negotiations and whether a deal is possible.

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Brexit Breakdown Podcast with Diane Coyle and Anand MenonIn this episode, Professor Diane Coyle, former adviser to UK Treasury and co-director of the Bennett Institute for Public Policy at Cambridge University, discusses everything from whether we can measure the size of an economy, and how much we still get wrong, to the economic impact of Covid-19 to whether economists can and should do more to...

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The Russia Report and PMQs performancesThey talk to James Ball about the Russia Report and Matt Withers about Boris Johnson and Keir Starmer's PMQs performances.

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Russia Report: Gremlins from the KremlinMeanwhile: Is now a good time to pick a fight with, however badly China might be acting?

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Boris Johnson: Year OneBoris Johnson has been the Prime Minster for one year. And what a year it's been.

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Boris Johnson's big Scottish problemOne year on from his election as Tory leader, the Prime Minister's making a visit north of the border.

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Under New ManagementLabour has agreed to pay damages to seven former employees who sued the party in an anti-Semitism row.

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Bunker Russia Report taster: It's A Vladi DisgraceIt's a Russian Report special on today's edition of our little sibling podcast The Bunker, with Ian Dunt, Naomi Smith, Alex Andreou and Helen Lewis talking about the sheer cynicism of the Government's do-nothing approach to Putin's interference with our democracy.

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The Russia ReportA delayed report released today by the Intelligence and Security Committee, accused the Government of 'badly underestimating' the level of threat.

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Vaccine breakthroughThe Oxford vaccine appears safe and triggers an immune response. But what are the next steps?

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"A monstrous imposition"To mask or not to mask? Tory MP Desmond Swayne sits firmly in the latter camp.

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Santa ClausePrime Minister Boris Johnson laid out the next steps in easing lockdown restrictions today. Adam is joined by the BBC's Vicki Young and James Gallagher to discuss how the UK could start to get life back to 'significant normality' in time for Christmas.

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Failing Grayling, mask madness and an ice cream dreamThe pair discuss Chris Grayling's failure to win a rigged election, the Brexiteers refusing to wear masks, the government's latest advertising campaign and how Only Fools and Horses characters would have voted in the talks to Fredo Rockwell about his long campaign to find out the favourite ice cream flavours of the great and good.

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Red Tape Time Machine Plus Return Of The DuntThe Government launches yet another, definitely final campaign to sell the "benefits" of No Deal.

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Russian spooks target vaccineAuthor of McMafia and organised crime expert, Misha Glenny and former chair of the British Joint Intelligence Committee, Baroness Neville-Jones explain why Russian spies are targeting covid-19 vaccine research.

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Katy Hayward on Times Radio's Matt Chorley show: Northern Ireland and devolutionSenior fellow Katy Hayward talks to Matt Chorley about devolution in Northern Ireland following the Covid-19 pandemic and the ongoing Brexit negotiations.

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Jill Rutter on BBC Radio 2's Jeremy Vine show: the relocation of ParliamentJill Rutter talks to Jeremy Vine about the relocation of Parliament and considers the merits of Stoke, York, and Edinburgh.

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Ghislaine Maxwell denied bailThe British socialite has been denied bail and awaits trial in a New York prison on charges of trafficking minors for Jeffrey Epstein.

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Go Huawei!All Huawei 5G kit must be removed from the UK by 2027. The BBC's Carrie Gracie, Gordon Corera and Rory Cellan-Jones join Adam to discuss the politics, the security issues and the impact on our internet speeds and mobile technology.

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Flying AntcastThe government reveals more about its immigration plans, we ask if it's right that beauty salons can't do facial treatments and Nick Baker from The Really Wild Show tells us why we were plagued by flying ants over the weekend.

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Anand Menon on LBC's Shelagh Fogarty: Brexit updateAnand Menon talks to Shelagh Fogarty about the latest developments in the Brexit negotiations, the likelihood of a deal, and the impact of the Covid pandemic on the timeline for the negotiations.

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John Curtice on Times Radio's Matt Chorley show: polling on Scottish independenceSenior fellow Sir John Curtice discusses political polling on independence and Brexit in Scotland, alongside Alex Massie and Angela Haggerty on Times Radio with Matt Chorley.

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Viral voicemailsOur medical and scientific friends leave voicemails for their younger selves. What do they wish they had known about coronavirus back in January?

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Brexit Breakdown Podcast with Jane Green and Anand MenonIn this episode, Jane Green, professor of political science at the University of Oxford and co-director of the British Election Study, talks to Professor Anand Menon about why elections are so hard to predict, what kind of electoral shock the pandemic might turn out to be and why communication to non-experts is essential.

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The fourth birthday extravaganzaThe quintet discuss how a pop-up paper has made it this far, the future of progressive politics, when the right time is to launch a rejoin movement and why you should buy an anonymous subscription for a Brexiteer.

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Who ordered Rish'n'Chips?Oh Rishi you're so fine, you're so fine you blow our minds... Or will he?

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Fitness LastGyms, beauty salons and outdoor pools are able to open from as early as this weekend in England.

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Eating out, helping out and speaking outSteve Barclay, Chief Secretary to the Treasury, joins Christopher Hope to discuss the Chancellor's mini-Budget, how Britons will be weaned off the "public sector money teat" and why he's keeping schtum on which restaurant he'll visit first to Eat Out to Help Out.

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Sunak's summer statementChancellor Rishi Sunak outlined the government's plan for rebuilding the economy today. But will it be enough?

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Jonathan Portes on BBC Radio 4Our senior fellow Professor Jonathan Portes gives his view on the release of the Government's immigration white paper.

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Huawei explainedVicki Young and Frank Gardner join Adam to discuss the Chinese technology firm, Huawei. Who are they and why is everyone talking about them?

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Trimdependence DayWill the government's emergency arts funding save live music? And how super was "Super Saturday" for the hospitality industry?

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Tim Bale and Jill Rutter on BBC Radio 4's The Week in WestminsterDeputy director Tim Bale and senior research fellow Jill Rutter join Chris Hope of the Daily Telegraph to discuss the resignation of the Cabinet Secretary, the economy, and political leadership.

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SaturdayBoris Johnson warns the nation to be responsible when pubs reopen this Saturday, but Radio 1's Arielle Free tells us why she won't be one of those going to her local this weekend.

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Brexit and the British in PolandWe're travelling to Poland today, as Michaela talks with Steve Davies, who is studying for his PhD in Sociology at the Polish Academy of Sciences.

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Building, beer and Theresa May's Paddington hard stareRichard Porritt and Steve Anglesey return to shine a light on another week in British pair discuss Boris Johnson's 'build build build' speech, the devastating impact of Covid-19 on the creative industries, whether they intend to return to the pub and Theresa May's Paddington hard stare.

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Spiked: Lost in the Moral Maze"The matter is closed! " Special guest Nick Cohen of The Observer joins us to look at the fall-out from Cummings taking down the country's most senior civil servant, the reeking corruption of the Robert Jenrick / Richard Desmond affair, and the face-off.

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The Civic Duty to ShopLord Norman Tebbit, former chairman of the Conservative party and prominent cabinet minister during the Thatcher era joins Christopher Hope to discuss if we're in a Cummings government or a Johnson one, what we think we can learn from the 1980s about the unemployment crisis to come, and the department our Prime Minister would have run in...

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Last minute dot comAs the UK government delays its announcement on 'travel corridors', we speak to the boss of lastminute.com.

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Brexit in the Age of CovidWe have passed the deadline for any extension to the Brexit trade negotiations - now it's 31 December or bust.

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Meet the Disease DetectiveWhat data do Local Councils use to help stop a coronavirus outbreak? And what information do they need?

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Will Jennings on Bloomberg Radio's Westminster: Mind the values gap reportWill Jennings discusses a new report by the UK in a Changing Europe entitled 'Mind the values gap: the social and economic values of MPs, party members and voters'.

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Corona on the BrainLaura, Chris and Adam pick through the prime minister's 'Build, Build, Build' speech with former communities secretary, Lord Pickles.

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Jill Rutter on LBC's Eddie Mair: Sir Mark Sedwill exitSenior research fellow talks to LBC's Eddie Mair about Sir Mark Sedwill's decision to stand down as Cabinet Secretary and considers his replacement.

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Getting married in a pandemicAdam is joined by the Reverend Martin Poole to discuss the government's latest guidelines on how to have a wedding.

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A postcard from New Zealand Deputy Prime Minister, Winston PetersIsolated from the rest of the world, all signs point to New Zealand avoiding anything near the scale of the coronavirus crisis seen in Europe.

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Annie MacDJ and Radio 1 broadcaster Annie Mac joins Adam to talk rave culture and Glastonbury Festival.

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Brexit Breakdown Podcast with Margaret MacMillan and Anand MenonIn the new series of the Brexit Breakdown podcast, Margaret Macmillan, Professor of International History at Oxford University talks to Professor Anand Menon, director of The UK in a Changing Europe about what the pandemic has shown us and why she is relatively optimistic about what the future might hold.

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Four years of Brexit, and what have we learned?Richard Porritt and Steve Anglesey return to shine a light on another week in British pair discuss what we've learned after four years of Brexit, Richard Desmond's Dockside debacle, Matt Hancock's faltering attempts to contact Apple and Steve's idea for a new prime-time detective drama - Test, Track and Trace.

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My Bojo's Not WorkingAs Boris Johnson continues to fumble everything he touches, are the Tory Right losing patience with their flop-haired figurehead?

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Dame Judi Dench and David TennantDame Judi Dench and David Tennant share their thoughts on the future of the theatre industry and give their verdicts on the drama of the daily coronavirus briefings.

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What is Johnsonism?Giving a political ideology a name is easy. Pulling it off is much harder. Professor Matthew Goodwin joins Christopher Hope to discuss the delayed birth of Johnsonism, why Tories should be paying attention to falling statues, and why he feels sorry for the Prime ; Plus Chair of the Education Committee, Robert Halfon MP, tells us why he thinks...

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Britain Wrestles with its PastWe talk with the writer and political commentator Fintan O'Toole about how British politics can and should deal with its imperial past in the age of Brexit.

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Dame Louise Casey on HomelessnessThousands of homeless people were moved into hotels at the start of the pandemic. Today the government announced £105 million for councils to help rough sleepers stay off the streets as lockdown eases and those hotels reopen for business.

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Tim Bale on LBC's Iain Dale: the referendum 4 years onThe authoritative source for independent rigorous high-quality academic research on UK-EU to our Brexit and Beyond podcast #Brexit2016 #Economy #Brexitfacts #politics #Europe #podcasts #JohnCurtice #Generalelection # #partypolitics #Brexitvote #Facts #BrexitBreakdown #Parliament #EuropeanUnion #Referendum2016 #Leave #Remain #impartial #news...

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The 39 stepsPubs, restaurants and hairdressers... Adam is joined by Laura, Fergus and Chris to discuss the easing of the social distancing rules from 4th July in England.

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Evan DavisThe PM and Dragon's Den presenter, Evan Davis, takes the temperature of the coronavirus economy.

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Henry Holland: what's happened to fashion?Adam is joined by the British fashion designer Henry Holland and writer Aja Barber to discuss how the industry has changed during the pandemic.

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Levelling DownThree is the magic number... Adam and James discuss the news that the UK's Covid-19 alert level has been reduced from four to three, which means there could be a "gradual relaxation of Director: Emma Crowe Producer: Harriet Noble Assistant Editor: Sam Bonham Editor: Dino Sofos"

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Brexit in the real lives of British citizens living in the EU27: Lisa in FranceRecorded earlier this year, in the episode Michaela talks with Lisa in France. In her thirties and married to a French man, she talks about what the EU has meant for her and her life.

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Skilful Rashford leaves government dizzy and culture war declaredRichard Porritt and Steve Anglesey return to shine a light on another week in British pair talk Marcus Rashford's successful school meal campaign, the culture wars, u-turns, Tim Tams and Vladimir Putin's special disinfected tunnel.

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Unboxing ChurchillWith the world gripped by the most significant anti-racist demonstrations in half a century, why are we still obsessing over Churchill?

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Andrew Neil and David GinolaThe French President Emmanuel Macron visits the UK today, to mark 80 years since Charles de Gaulle's famous wartime broadcast.

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Less standing, more sitting and no leaning on the barLast orders! Greg Clark, Chair of Science and Technology Select Committee and former business secretary, joins Christopher Hope to discuss why he thinks the time has come to think about dropping the two-metre rule, and why good can come from things not working.

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Anand Menon on Talk Radio's Mike Graham: the UK's relationship with EuropeAnand also discusses the different European responses to the Covid-19 pandemic, the likelihood of whether a deal can be reached in the Brexit negotiations, and the UK's approach to immigration.

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Back to WuhanAdam chats to our China correspondent, John Sudworth, who's just returned from Wuhan. We're also joined by friend of the podcast, Professor Clare Wenham, to talk about social distancing in Panama, where men and women are allowed out on different days!

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A car crash week for Boris Johnson: Politics Weekly podcastJonathan Freedland and Frances Perraudin dissect the latest from Westminster. Lisa O'Carroll updates us on the Brexit talks, and the shadow health and social care secretary, Jonathan Ashworth, talks about the Labour party's role in changing society.

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A Rashford decisionLaura and Chris join Adam to discuss the government's free school meal voucher U-turn. And Fergus has the latest on a "cheap as chips" drug that can help save the lives of seriously ill coronavirus : Frankie Tobi, Nat Ktena, Georgia Coan Assistant Editors: Sam Bonham and Emma Close Studio Director: Emma Crowe.

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Back to the BindersBrexitcast is back! Adam, Laura, Chris and Dr Adler are back to chat through all the latest Brexit shenanigans.

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Defunding the policeWhat does it mean and what could it look like? Adam Fleming and Emily Maitlis get views from the US and UK.

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Lindsay Hoyle, Layla Moran and lockdown bingoSir Lindsay Hoyle, Speaker of the House of Commons, joins Christopher Hope to discuss why he hopes some of the innovation we've seen lately in parliament can continue post pandemic, whether a quieter Commons benefits Keir Starmer and how he's been keeping fit during lockdown!

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Brexit Breakdown podcast with Jill Rutter and Christopher HugginsGuests include senior lecturer Christopher Huggins, lead author of the report as well Jill Rutter, senior research fellow at The UK in a Changing Europe.

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Statues, EU face-off and bubbles burstingRichard Porritt and Steve Anglesey return to shine a light on another week in British pair tackle statue removals, the EU's tough talk on a deal and ask 'how long Boris Johnson has got left in Number 10?

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"Oven-Ready Deal" Gives Britain Food PoisoningThis week: Boris Johnson fights to undo the unfair deal imposed on us by treacherous pro-EU operative checks notes* Boris Johnson.

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Gok Wan Styles Chris MasonShops will be able to reopen in England from Monday. But how different will our high streets look with social distancing measures in place?

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Where to Wee"Professor Lockdown", makes a return to the fray to tell MPs that locking down sooner would have saved a lot of lives.

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Rhodes RageWhat are the aims of Black Lives Matter UK? Adam Elliott-Cooper, an activist with Black Lives Matter UK, speaks to Adam and Laura about where the movement goes next.

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Jonathan Portes on BBC Radio Scotland's Lunchtime Live: leaving without a dealProfessor Jonathan Portes argues that it'll be unlikely that the UK will get a trade deal by the end of the year.

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Statues and LibertyShould we pull down the statues of people with problematic pasts? Adam, Laura, Chris and Fergus speak to 1Xtra's DJ Ace and human rights activist, Sir Geoff Palmer.

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Anand Menon on Bloomberg's Westminster: the economic consequences of no trade dealProfessor Anand Menon discusses the economic consequences of Britain leaving the EU without a trade deal after December 31st.

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Advocating for British in Europe, from Referendum to COVID-19In the wake of the Brexit referendum, British citizens living across Europe started to come together in an unprecedented way, concerned about what Brexit might mean for their future legal status.

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Americast: Protests and the PresidentOn the night of the memorial service for George Floyd, Emily, Jon and Anthony are back to discuss the implications for America and the presidential race.

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Johnson struggles, America burns and no-deal loomsRichard Porritt is joined by historian Ben Craske to delve into the week's political news.

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"Is your culture war still working, Mr Cummings? "How hard will a No Deal/COVID double whammy hit the British economy? New research from Best For Britain shows it will devastate the places you don't expect as well as Brexitland.

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Wallet, keys, face maskDo you use public transport? From the 15th June, all people travelling in England will be made to wear face coverings.

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"It's not enough to stand on the sidelines"In a landmark week in the fight for racial equality, Trevor Phillips, writer and former chairman of the Equalities and Human Rights Commission, joins Christopher Hope to talk about the reaction here and across the pond to the tragic death of George Floyd.

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New Madeleine McCann suspectPolice are appealing for more information about a German prisoner they've identified as a suspect in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.

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Blackout TuesdayPeople from ethnic minorities are at a higher risk of dying from coronavirus, a report by Public Health England says.

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Some) Schools Back For SummerSome kids went back to school today in England. How is it working? Adam talks to pupils and a headteacher about their first day back.

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Catherine Barnard on BBC Radio 5 Live's Emma Barnett Show with Adrian Chiles: Brexit negotiationsProfessor Catherine Barnard provides an update on the state of the Brexit negotiations and reflects on the likelihood of an extension to the transition period.

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Anand Menon on BBC Radio 4's The News Quiz: a round up of the newsProfessor Anand Menon joined Lucy Porter, Neil Delamere and Zoe Lyons and host Angela Barnes to round up the news from the last week.

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The great outdoorsNina Nesbitt and Kelly Cates join Adam to talk about getting back outdoors. And Newscasters do their best David Attenborough Director: Emma Crowe Producers: Harriet Noble, Seren Jones, Ben Weisz Assistant Editor: Sam Bonham.

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Brexit Breakdown podcast with Philip Rycroft and Anand MenonIn this episode, our special guest Philip Rycroft, the former Permanent Secretary for the Department for Exiting the European Union discusses the 2016 EU referendum, Scottish independence and the working relationship between the government and the civil service.

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Cummings' chaos and EU stalemateRichard Porritt and Steve Anglesey return for another rambling look at the week in pair try to make sense of the Dominic Cummings eye test excuse, ask why the controversial aide was saved and worry about EU talks.

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DomnishamblesDom's last stand : how did the supergenius who instinctively understands Britain's heartbeat become the most hated man in the UK?

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The Joy of SixThe government has confirmed its five tests are being met, and the next phase in reopening society will begin on Monday.

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Testing timesBoris Johnson faces challenging questions from MPs and the government announces a test and trace system in England.

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Johnson faces public and Tory revolt over Cummings: Politics Weekly podcastJonathan Freedland and Rowena Mason discuss developments in the Dominic Cummings scandal, and Robert Colvile examines the pandemic's impact on UK-EU Brexit negotiations.

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Is this the way to Barnard Castle?As a government minister resigns and more Conservative MPs speak out over the prime minister's top adviser Dominic Cummings, will Boris Johnson carry on standing by his man?

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Tim Bale on Bloomberg Radio's Westminster: Cummings and extending transitionTim Bale reflects on whether Dominic Cummings defence will impact the extension of the transition period.

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Jill Rutter on BBC Radio 4's Westminster Hour: Liaison committeeJill Rutter reflects on the importance of Boris Johnson's appearance in front of the Liaison Committee on Wednesday and the likelihood of whether the transition period will be extended.

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Anand Menon on BBC Radio London's Petrie Hosken: Dominic Cummings' press conferenceAnand Menon reflects on Dominic Cummings' press conference in the rose garden of Number 10 on Bank Holiday Monday and Boris Johnson's appearance in front of the Liaison Committee this week.

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Cummings Up Roses?Adam, Laura, Fergus and Chris discuss Dominic Cummings's rose garden moment in Downing Street. Did he do enough to deal with the criticism?

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Bunker Bonus: Emergency Domcast ExcerptAs the Government went up in flames over Dominic Cummings' flagrant breaches of his own lockdown rules, Dorian, Alex, Ros and Andrew got together for an Emergency CummingsCast for The Bunker.

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The Special OneThe PM backs Dominic Cummings but this is far from over... Laura, Adam and Fergus discuss the fallout from the row about whether Boris Johnson's key adviser broke the lockdown rules.

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Keir Starmer on getting children back to school and why he's the man to stamp out anti-semitismYou wait five years for an interview with a Labour leader and then two come along in the space of a few weeks!

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Bastille on the future of the music industryAdam is joined by Dan Smith from Bastille, Beverley Whitrick of the Music Venues Trust, and Will Grant from Domino Records to look at how the coronavirus pandemic is changing the music : Natalie Ktena, Frankie Tobi, Georgia Coan, Seren Jones Studio Director: Weidong Lin Editor: Dino Sofos.

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Woes for front bench and Brexit spatRichard Porritt and Steve Anglesey return for another glance at Brexit Britain in lockdown. The pair analyse another bad week for Matt Hancock and Boris Johnson and unpick a tetchy week in EU UK relations...

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Donkey Business, No Deal DramaThis week... Keir Starmer, a man out standing in his field, and why you don't want to get on the wrong side of Big Donkey.

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Inside SageShould the Government have placed the country in lockdown earlier? Sir Ian thinks they should have.

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Did Andy Gill have coronavirus?The author Catherine Mayer is investigating whether her late husband and Gang of Four founder, Andy Gill, contracted coronavirus on tour in China last year.

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Jill Rutter on BBC Radio 4's the World Tonight: new documents on UK EU future relationshipJill Rutter reflects on the government's publication of the UK's approach to negotiations with the European Union.

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Quarantina FeyThe chancellor says we're facing "a severe recession, the likes of which we haven't seen", and today saw some bleak numbers on jobs and benefits.

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SPECIAL EDITION: Andrew Adonis interviews Kevin RuddIn this extra edition of the podcast Lord Adonis discusses coronavirus, China and the WHO with former Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd.

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Greece for the holidays?The Greek minister for tourism talks to Chris, Laura and Fergus about the ways the country is planning on welcoming tourists this summer.

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Kermode, Mayo and Chris AddisonWill coronavirus permanently change the film industry? And when can we go to the cinema again?

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Brexit Breakdown podcast with Philippa Whitford MP and Professor Tamara HerveyIn this episode, podcaster James Millar speaks to SNP spokesperson for health, Philippa Whitford MP and Professor Tamara Hervey from Sheffield university.

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Comms chaos and yet more Farage nonsenseThe pair discuss the prime minister's shambolic public address, Nigel Farage's latest trips to the coast and welcome the extension of the furlough scheme.

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Stayin' Alert, Stayin' Alert"It's all right, it's OK/The press will look the other way/And we will fail to understand/Can't Britain find a better man?"

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Sophie Ellis-Bextor's Kitchen Disco!How many people in the UK have had coronavirus? Adam, Laura, Chris and Fergus chat everything we do and don't know about antibody tests, immunity, and the rate of infection with Professor Tom Solomon from The University of Liverpool.

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Experts, politicians and conspiracies: Covering coronavirusIt's the story of a lifetime, but for all the wrong reasons. Christopher Hope pulls back the curtain on what it's like covering the pandemic, alongside the Telegraph's Political Editor Gordon Rayner, our Science Editor Sarah Knapton, and sketch writer Michael Deacon.

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Labour and Brexit: Beyond the CrisisDavid is joined by Helen Thompson and Chris Brooke to try to get beyond the current crisis and work out where British politics is heading.

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Caring for care homesWhy has coronavirus hit care homes so hard? Adam, Laura and Fergus talk through the issues affecting care homes.

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Furlough For How Long?The Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced today that the government's furlough support scheme that pays the wages of workers on leave due to coronavirus would be extended across all sectors until October.

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Anand Menon on BBC Radio London's Petrie Hosken: furlough schemeProfessor Anand Menon discusses the extension of the furlough scheme and the importance of judging its success once it is rolled back.

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More questions than answers?Do I need to wear a face mask? When can I get the childminder back?

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Ifs and Buts…Long: The PM unveils his 'conditional plan' to reopen society. People who can't work from home should return to work and a new Covid Alert System will decide how lockdown restrictions will be eased in future.

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Lockdown lifting and your questionsThe pair analyse the reports of the lockdown lifting, take your questions and review Starmer Vs Johnson.

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"Authoritarian in the streets, Libertarian in the sheets"As Britain registers the worst COVID toll in Europe, why is blame for the failure sliding off Boris Johnson?

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