Podcast Ep. 108: Cambridge Analytics Snubs Jeremy Corbyn

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Cambridge Analytica’s data shenanigans, Jeremy Corbyn’s anti-semitism shenanigans, and Harriet Harman’s all-women leadership shortlist shenanigans are the three topics this week.

Joining us is Charlie Brades-Price, television producer and co-host of DAS Podcast, which discusses everything from sisterhood to sandwiches.

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Anti-racism’s high priestess is deeply confused about Britain’s heroes

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The death of Winnie Mandela, wife of Nelson and key figure in the struggle against apartheid in South Africa, has prompted inevitable jostling between the opinion sections of Britain’s newspapers.

The Graun fielded a complaint from Afua Hirsch that the obits would have been nicer if Winnie was a white guy. This was prompted by Andrew Malone of the Mail, who described Mandela as ‘an odious, toxic individual who continued to preach hatred rather than reconciliation right up to the end of her life.’

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Podcast Ep. 107: Queen Liz Takes Action Over Gender Pay Gap

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The totally-not-Russian attempted assassination of a former Russian spy, a grovelling apology from National Geographic about its racist history, and the shortchanging of our dear Queenie (er, Claire Foy? – Ed) are the three topics this week.

Joining us are Steve and Richie of What Am Politics?, the podcast that breaks down big political issues into comedic bite size bits. When you’re done here, listen to our slightly inebriated appearance on their show discussing more bloody Brexit.

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Vince Cable is now pitching to the Metropolitan Undemocrats

There is much to dislike about the Lib Dems’ stance on Brexit, which is to overturn the vote through another referendum – a very European solution to the problem of voters not doing as their betters expect.

This is one reason not to support the yellows, who have fallen greatly since Nick Clegg led them into coalition in 2010. Another comes with the recent comments from the new leader Vince Cable on race and Brexit.

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