Podcast Ep. 99: Brextremoaners Call Festive Truce

In our final episode of the year we look back at our highlights and lowlights, including the state of Brexit, the general election, Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn, Nick Clegg, centrist parties and the Google memo.

Joining us is our rapidly dwindling 20s.

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

Stephen Kinnock Corbyn might win

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. 84: Tories Eye Further Snap In Bid To Turn Round Polls

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This week there’s only one item on the agenda: the UK’s general election result.

Image based on Hangman’s Knot by Pascal Volk

Podcast Ep. 83: UK Enthused As Voters Head To Polls

Right Dishonourable Go forth and vote

For our final episode before the June general election in the UK our co-hosts cover leaders’ debates, leaders’ non-debates, the terrorist attack in London, rising and falling polls, and our final voting choices – or lack thereof.

Image based on Westminster, London by Berit Watkin

Podcast Ep. 82: Brillo Ordered To Give Katie Hopkins Good Scrubbing

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The terrorist attack in Manchester, Labour’s surge forward in the polls, Andrew “Brillo” Neil’s savaging of the UK’s political leaders, and the much-celebrated sacking of rent-a-gob Katie Hopkins are the three (Er, four? – Ed) topics this week.

Joining us is Rowan Ellis, a YouTuber and social media manager at women’s site The Pool.

Image based on photo from the Financial Times