Podcast Ep. 53: May’s First Cabinet, Brexit Progress & Turkey’s Failed Coup

RD E53, Pieces In Our Time, June 2016 by cogito ergo imago

In this final episode before our summer break we examine prime minister Theresa May’s first cabinet, the progress of Brexit negotiations and the failed coup in Turkey.

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The complaints of remainers after the EU referendum just do not make sense

St Pauls Cathedral, March 2016 by Descrier

As someone who spends much of his time listening to left-wingers, I’m used to seeing people upset after losing an election.

Contrary to popular cliché, such events rarely look like the five stages of grief, and the aftermath of the British decision to leave the European Union has been no different.

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Podcast Ep. 51: Resignation Special! Boris Johnson, Nigel Farage & Jeremy Corbyn

RD51 Boris and Leo Johnson, March 2013 by the FT

Less than a fortnight after Britain voted to leave the European Union it seems like everyone is resigning.

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Podcast Ep. 35: #Brexit, Private School Dominance & Britain at the Eurovision

RD E35, EU Flag, August 2011 by Bobby Hidy

The coming EU referendum, a report on the dominance of the privately-educated and the, er, Eurovision Song Contest are the subjects three of this week’s podcast.

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The hedging Euroscepticism of David Cameron and Boris Johnson

David Cameron, September 2014 by Gareth Milner, and Boris Johnson, July 2013 by Ian Burt

It has been an odd day for the impending referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union, at least for those who thought they had firm backing from at least some top Tories.

First off David Cameron, the prime minister who is predicted to lead the campaign for Britain to remain within the EU, told businessmen at a Confederation of British Industry (CBI) conference that:

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