Podcast Ep. 64: Nuttall Wins On Goldsmith Sins As Trump Starts WW3

Paul Nuttall Ukip

Paul Nuttall’s victory in the Ukip leadership contest, Zac Goldsmith losing his Commons seat to the Lib Dems, and Donald Trump’s breach of diplomatic protocol over Taiwan are the three topics for this week’s podcast.

Image based on Paul Nuttall MEP by Euro Realist Newsletter

Podcast Ep. 60: Heathrow Fallout, ‘Gay Cake’ Appeal & Britain’s Official Press Regulator

Guy Menzies, Archives New Zealand

On this week’s podcast we examine the fallout from the decision to expand Heathrow airport, the ongoing controversy over a “gay cake” and the designation of Impress as a Leveson-compliant regulator – joined by the writer Peter Jukes.

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Podcast Ep. 50: We Voted For Brexit, So What Now?

Brexit Tea by frankieleon

John is called in to mediate Jazza and Jimmy, both on different sides of the Brexit vote, and to discuss the fallout from last week’s vote.

Scotland, Ireland, and the future of the Lib Dems, Tories and Labour are all on the cards. Basically, we’re fucked. (Ed: According to Jazza.)

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Podcast Ep. 34: British LGBT Awards, Lid Dems’ Defeat & Stephen Fry leaves Twitter

RD E34 Nick Clegg, March 2014 by Liberal Democrats

The boys are back and blissfully ignoring the announcement of the EU referendum (23rd June, stick it in your diary) and instead choosing to dive into the rest of the political and social wasteland that will be ignored by mainstream media for the next four months.

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Tim Farron backs strikes on Isis in Syria: ‘This is not Iraq’

Tim Farron, March 2011 by Liberal Democrats

In a surprise twist the Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has backed airstrikes on Islamic State in Syria, claiming that the situation is not akin to the one that preceded the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

Farron had previously set out five tests that would have to be met before he supported prime minister David Cameron’s plans to drop bombs in Syria, stressing the legality of such a move and whether it would be supported by other measures.

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