Podcast Ep. 98: Snowflakes Deny Similarity To Butthurt Millennials

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Theresa May’s beta Brexit deal – as strong and stable as it is trusty and transparent – the sudden surge in Bitcoin value, and the daintiness of millennial snowflakes are the three topics this week.

Our hosts are joined by a sense of self-worth as inflated as a virtual currency bubble.

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Podcast Ep. 97: Labour Spots Potential Problem With Jeremy Corbyn

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Labour’s summer of Corbynite love, the breakdown of Jamaican coalition talks in Germany, and Simpsons racism allegations in The Problem With Apu are the three topics this week.

Joining us are a variety of microphone recording techniques, ranging from bad to barely acceptable.

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Podcast Ep. 96: Theresa May Mulls Offshore Voyage

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The ongoing chaos in the Tory party, further stories of tax evasion (Er, avoidance? – Ed), and the dispute over whether poppies have become tarnished are a symbol are the three topics this week.

Joining us is the expectation that we too will be invited to join the cabinet. Or at least the shadow one.

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Podcast Ep. 95: Social Justice Types Mull Trigger Warnings For Life

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Revelations that Oxbridge is full of posh twats, accusations of Russian skulduggery in the Brexit vote, and trigger warnings for university snowflakes/hard nuts studying Shakespeare are the three topics this week.

Joining us is our regular third wheel and writer John Servante, who can be found on Twitter.

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Podcast Ep. 94: Br xit Is H p enin Pl se Se d He p

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Continual strife in Catalonia over independence, Theresa May’s disastrous Tory conference, and our latest argument over tuition fees (following the actual Conservative policy to freeze them) are the three topics this week.

Joining us is the comforting knowledge that this podcast is more competent than Britain’s ruling party.

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