The Sturg’s decision to call a second round on Scottish independence, the impending invocation of Article 50 (already triggering some), fallout from Spreadsheet Phil’s budget, and an EU court case allowing religious clothing bans are the topics for this week on the podcast.
Joining us is freelance journalist James O’Malley, a self-confessed social democrat and writer at the New Statesman, the Independent and recently Gizmodo.
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Donald Trump’s new old policy on immigration, the Russian links to the US presidency, and suggestions that UK prime minister Theresa May should call a general election are the topics three for this week.
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The twin by-elections in Copeland and Stoke, the (potential) fall of provacteur-cum-troll Milo Yiannopoulos, and a halted British court case seeking civil partnerships for straight people are the topics three for this show.
Joining us is academic and author Richard Seymour, whose previous work covers Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, the Tory’s austerity policy, and The Liberal Defence of Murder.
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With Tony Blair urging the people to “rise up” against Brexit, Labour MP Diane Abbott complaining about bigoted online abuse, and PewDiePie accused of anti-Semitism, it’s been an uproarious week in politics.
Joining us to chew this over are the ladies of DAS Podcast, Ruby Pabani and Charlie Brades-Price, whose excellent periodical podcast sees feminism take on the likes of beauty, pregnancy and the Internet.
Image credit – Tony Blair by World Travel and Tourism Council