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. 98: Snowflakes Deny Similarity To Butthurt Millennials

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Theresa May’s beta Brexit deal – as strong and stable as it is trusty and transparent – the sudden surge in Bitcoin value, and the daintiness of millennial snowflakes are the three topics this week.

Our hosts are joined by a sense of self-worth as inflated as a virtual currency bubble.

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Podcast Ep. 94: Br xit Is H p enin Pl se Se d He p

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Continual strife in Catalonia over independence, Theresa May’s disastrous Tory conference, and our latest argument over tuition fees (following the actual Conservative policy to freeze them) are the three topics this week.

Joining us is the comforting knowledge that this podcast is more competent than Britain’s ruling party.

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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

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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