Podcast (Ep.17): Nuclear Corbyn, Warwick Censorship and the Great Cereal Riot

Jeremy Corbyn by DonkeyHotey; Maryam Namazie by Anders Henrikson; and Cereal Killer Cafe via official site. Edited by the Right Dishonourable.

Labour’s conference in Brighton has spurred on another debate about the role of nuclear weapons in Britain, which Jimmy and John help to unclarify in the opening segment of this episode of the Right Dishonourable.

Turning next to Warwick University, where John is actually studying, we discuss the interesting case of Maryam Namazie, who was temporarily banned from speaking on campus over fears she might incite hatred.

And finally we cover what will be known to future generations as the Great Cereal Riot, or that time some protestors went and threw paint at a hipster cafe in Shoreditch.

Image Credits – Jeremy Corbyn by DonkeyHotey; Maryam Namazie by Anders Henrikson; and Cereal Killer Cafe via official site. Edited by the Right Dishonourable.

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