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.31: Cameron teaches English, Labour’s election loss and the death of Litvinenko

RD E31, David Cameron English, Labour Election Defeat, Alexander Litvinenko murder

David Cameron’s English lessons, Labour’s disastrous general election and the death of Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko are the three subjects the Right Dishonourable delve into in this week’s podcast.

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Podcast Ep. 28: 2015 Year in Review

RD E28 Donald Trump, Black Lives Matter and David Cameron

Jazza, Jimmy and John – contributors with names not beginning with J currently being unavailable – talk through a review of 2015 in politics and current events.

From Islamic terrorism to the decline of The X Factor, via feminist films, Donald Trump and the Tories, it’s all here. So enjoy listening to the lads wind each other up for one last time this year.

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Theresa May claims the Paris Attacks have ‘nothing to do with Islam’. She is wrong

Paris, September 2007 by Moyan Brenn

In the wake of the terrorists attacks on Paris last week it was obvious that at least some politicians would incite that cliché that, no matter how many shouts of “Allahu Akbar” were heard among the gunshots on Friday, this violence was in no way Islamic.

And so it has proved. Only on Tuesday Theresa May, the home secretary, duly stood up in the Commons and intoned: “The attacks have nothing to do with Islam.”

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