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Tough on crime? Britain’s new political battleground
How Brexit remade the Conservative Party, with Tim Bale
Is the era of Boris and Brexit over?
Childcare gets top billing in the Budget, but will it work?
What’s behind the Budget? With Andrew Marr
What’s behind the Tories’ new voter ID laws?
Why are women voters moving to the left?
BONUS: Britain’s childcare crisis, with Stella Creasy
Could childcare win Labour the next election?
What the Brexit deal means for Rishi Sunak – and Keir Starmer
Inside Westminster’s warped workplace
SPOTLIGHT: The autonomous future is nearly here - with Wejo
Will being tough on crime decide the next election?
Nicola Sturgeon resigns – what next for Scottish politics?
An intensive care doctor’s remedy for the NHS, with Jim Down
Will Rishi Sunak’s reshuffle restore his authority?
Rishi Sunak’s first 100 days, with Andrew Marr
thoroughly enjoyed this podcast how perfectly explained perhaps politicians should be made to listen to as part of their 'training'...
Katy Balls, Barwell. Basically, the only people New Statesman ever have on "representing the other side" are people who basically agree with them on everything bar how high should taxes be. Pathetic really. Is it any wonder they are clueless as to how to defeat the Tories. So inward looking, incurious and ignorant it's actually quite sad.
A brilliant episode, really helped make sense of the discussion and cut through some of the media coverage which doesn't always differentiate between what the report itself says, what the views of the people behind it have been, what the recommendations were, and then how it was presented to the media. Thank you.
Enjoy the podcast but... really wish Stephen could reduce his "like" verbal tick. It's very distracting.
As a local authority social worker: completely agree social care is under resourced, but in my experience, delays in hospital dx are often about poor coordination within the hospital or community health services not being in place- l would be interested in stats of how often it is actually social care holding things up- it's easy to blame the social worker! re increased demand for social care by working age adults: possible reasons are; social inequality and it's impact on mental health, increased recognition of autism, medical advances meaning more people with serious conditions surviving to adulthood. thanks for your podcast- always interesting! clare
I love that this serious episode goes into panto and then Strictly Come Dancing
Why is Stephen talking from inside a box? Please give him his own microphone.
this is the only podcast I listen too religiously. great content, keep it up guys.