Podcast Ep. 73: Hammond, Sturgeon To Offer Light-Hearted Political Crises

RD E73 Spreadshit Phil

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.

Image based on Nato Summit Wales 2014 by Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Podcast Ep. 65: Apocalypse Soon, Or 2016 In Review

Apocalypse Soon Or 2016 In Review

In our final episode for this year, we take a look at the highlights – well, mostly lowlights – of a turbulent 2016. Expect Donald Trump, Brexit, cleb deaths and other festive favourites to prepare you for next year’s armageddon.

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Podcast Ep. 58: Scottish Independence, Parliament vs Brexit & Louis Smith Mocking Islam

Oliver Cromwell on Brexit

This week we discuss Scottish independence, Parliament’s role in Britain leaving the EU, an “Islamophobia” controversy involving an Olympian, and identity politics – joined by Carl Benjamin, better known as the YouTuber Sargon of Akkad.

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Podcast Ep. 56: Crumpet Debates, Corbyn’s Victory Party & May Readies Brexit

Clinton vs Trump by DonkeyHotey

Clinton vs Trump, Labour vs Momentum and Theresa May vs Brexit are our three bouts for this week’s triple header podcast.

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Podcast Ep. 54: Summer of Brexit, Theresa May’s Grammar Plan, and the Romptastic Keith Vaz

Keith Vaz, February 2011 by daliscar1

With a call to order the Right Dishonourable is back for another series of mischievous political debate and – er – banter, beginning with a tour of an uneventful summer recess, plans to bring back grammar schools, and an old-fashioned sex scandal.

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