Podcast Ep. 88: Lefties Mount Uni Coup To Genetically Exterminate Tories

Right Dishonourable – Michael Gove Blob revenge

A poll revealing a rise in ‘Brextremism’ in both leave and remain camps, the alleged leftwing takeover of British universities, and a breakthrough in genetic medicine for preventing disease are the three topics this week.

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Podcast Ep. 87: Corbyn Caught Out In Student Double Entendre

Right Dishonourable Corbyn Back For Good

Labour’s equivocating on such trivia as tuition fees and Britain’s membership of the single market, Tory plans to make it easier to change your legal gender, and the proposal to force wankers (Ed – Porn watchers?) to identify themselves online are the three topics this week.

Joining us is journalist and author Tim Marshall, who can be found on Twitter and The What & The Why.

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Without consent there is no honourable case for remaining in the EU

March for Europe, July 2016 by mazz_5

A year ago I predicted that Britain was almost certain to trigger Article 50 and begin exiting the EU, after a narrow but clear victory for “leave” in the referendum.

So it has proved. In March prime minister Theresa May sent a letter to Brussels indicating that Britain will leave the bloc after 40 years’ membership. Legal commentary saw it as inevitable that once the article was invoked Britain would make for the exit, albeit with some resistance.

Now, who knows?

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Podcast Ep. 76: Pandemonium In UK As Boring Legal Process Starts

Right Dishonourable 76 Tusk Brexit Means Brexit

This week we discuss how Britain finally filed for divorce from the EU, as prime minister Theresa May triggered Article 50, with much rejoicing/hand-wringing, depending on your point of view.

Joining us is Martin Williams, investigative journalist and author of Parliament Ltd, who talks with us about Brexit, (alleged) Tory election fraud, and wider corruption and conflicts within Parliament.

Image based on Angela Merkel and Donald Tusk, European People’s Party

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