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The Guardian's political editor, Heather Stewart, and deputy political editor, Jessica Elgot, are joined by commentators, experts and politicians to unpack the week's biggest stories in politics. On Politics Weekly Extra, Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland speaks with some of the Guardian’s US team about the latest from the 2020 presidential election campaign
 
A UK politics podcast where we break down and discuss the main news and events of the week. We look at major topics such as Brexit and COVID, as well as discussing how government policy affects the lives of ordinary people. Find us on Apple, Google and Spotify podcasts. www.politicsunlocked.uk
 
Daniel Hewitt and Shehab Khan from the ITV News politics team chew through the week's big UK political stories and give Political Editor Robert Peston a call from wherever he is to get his take on it all. We'll also be talking to special guests from the world of politics and beyond - and hear from ITV's political correspondents based around the country to find out what's happening beyond the Westminster bubble.
 
The Birkbeck Department of Politics and its research centre, the Centre for the Study of British Politics and Public Life, hosts a range of talks, lectures, seminars and workshops throughout the year. Our events feature leading academics, public figures and commentators from a range of fields. Listen to them here.
 
Making sense of our political hell every Friday. Launched from the anti-Brexit movement in 2017, Oh God, What Now? (formerly Remainiacs) has become one of Britain’s most entertaining political voices. With top quality guests and analysis, and poor quality jokes, we make the unbearable bearable. Oh God, What Now? is presented by Dorian Lynskey. Our regulars include: Ian Dunt, editor of politics.co.uk, author of How To Be A Liberal • Ros Taylor, editor of the LSE COVID blog • Naomi Smith, Chie ...
 
This is Rick Edwards’ quest to make sense of the big political decision before the UK on June 8th: the (snap) General Election 2017. With the country at a pivotal crossroads and so many of us still undecided, this show is a balanced exploration of the defining challenges and choices facing voters at the ballot box. Featured contributors include: Professor Philip Cowley (political scientist at Queen Mary University of London), Ian Dunt (editor of politics.co.uk), Ann Pettifor (economist and c ...
 
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This week, Jonathan Freedland speaks to the former labor secretary under Bill Clinton, Prof Robert Reich. They discuss whether Republicans can emerge from Trump’s shadow or whether those loyal to Trumpism will soldier on. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodโดย The Guardian
 
How will the government manage a Biden administration? New groups emerge in the Conservative party. Will Nigel Farage's Trimp-like tactics take off here? How will the university evacuation work? Find us on Apple, Google and Spotify Podcasts | Twitter @PoliticUnlocked ----- Chris Wilson: @CWilsonPsych For more from Phil Moorhouse: A Different Bias |…
 
In this episode Jack, Ben and Zac discuss the report that was given to the Prime Minister last week that confirmed that the Home Secretary (Priti Patel) bullied people who worked under her in the Home Office. Sign up to the DB 100 https://youtu.be/UyZG8mDIKFg. Back us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tldrnews Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://po…
 
On this week's State of the Union, Stephen Paton (stephenpaton134)talks about the Tories going into panic mode, federalism and Nicola Sturgeon's preferences for a second referendum.โดย The National Newspaper
 
This week, Jonathan Freedland speaks to the former labor secretary under Bill Clinton, Prof Robert Reich. They discuss whether Republicans can emerge from Trump’s shadow or whether those loyal to Trumpism will soldier on. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodโดย Guardian
 
Why are we calling the Government’s COVID backhanders and gilded inner circle a “chumocracy” when it’s just straightforward corruption? Brace yourselves, it’s going to get worse. Plus, former civil servant Alex Andreou gives the inside track on diminutive bully Priti Patel’s brazen escape from the consequences of her actions. As No Deal comes up ag…
 
Sir Graham Brady MP, Chairman of the 1922 Committee of backbench Tory MPs, tells Christopher Hope why the new coronavirus tier system is a "very serious infringement" of human rights and fails to summarise the Brexit 'deal or no deal' conundrum in under a minute... Who can blame him? Also on the podcast: former Trade Secretary Liam Fox tells us why…
 
As England is reduced to tiers, Robert and Shehab chat through the week's coronavirus developments: Rishi Sunak's Spending Review, the prospect of a new national lockdown and the new face in Number 10. We also have special guest Konnie Huq, who tells us about her new set of political fairy tales and working on Black Mirror episodes with her husband…
 
Columnist Robert Crampton and Times Red Box's own Esther Webber pick over the day's news with Matt Chorley; then former Conservative Deputy Prime Minister Michael Heseltine, Conservative minster John Whittingdale, Times former Political Editor Phil Webster and former Telegraph Political Editor Julia Langdon and former civil servant Caroline Slocock…
 
Heather Stewart, Richard Partington and Rafael Behr discuss the chancellor’s spending review, and England’s move from lockdown back to a tiered system. Plus, Peter Walker, Polly Toynbee and Tim Bale look back through the history of civil wars in the Labour party. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
Heather Stewart, Richard Partington and Rafael Behr discuss the chancellor’s spending review, and England’s move from lockdown back to a tiered system. Plus, Peter Walker, Polly Toynbee and Tim Bale look back through the history of civil wars in the Labour party. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
Matt Chorley is joined by columnists Alice Thomson and John Kampfner, then former Chief Secretaries to the Treasury David Gauke and Liam Byrne explain what the job involves when you're preparing for a spending review, and Liam Byrne explains why he left the famous note: "I'm afraid there's no money." See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out in…
 
In this episode Ben, Josh and, Nelson discuss the progress of the Oxford vaccine and how it may bring the world back to 'normal'. Sign up to the DB 100 here. Back us on Patreon. Listen on Apple Podcasts. Listen on Spotify.
 
Matt Chorley is joined by Times columnists Daniel Finkelstein and David Aaronovitch to discuss the day's news; then Head of Money at consumer group Which? Gareth Shaw, Director of Strategy at Link UK, Graham Mott, CEO and Co-Founder of Tandem Bank Ricky Knox and Founder of the Young Money Blog Iona Bain join Matt to discuss whether cash is a thing …
 
Matt Chorley speaks to Times Columnists Libby Purves and Rachel Sylvester, then its all aboard Times Radio's very own "train track and trace..." as Matt is joined by senior data journalist at the Times Tom Calver, on a tour of the country to find out what different areas want to see happen to them under new Covid restrictions. Subscribe today and g…
 
In his bid to reset the UK government's image, Boris Johnson announced a 10-point plan for a 'green recovery' costing billions of pounds. Will it do enough to tackle climate change and does it risk alienating Johnson's 'Red Wall' supporters? The prime minister has also pledged the biggest investment in defence since the end of the cold war. But is …
 
In this episode, Chris and Phil Moorhouse discuss Dominic Cummings "leaving", the Brexit cliff-edge, Boris Johnson's comments on devolution, the Mails on Sunday's comments about Marcus Rashford and the prospect of a "normal" COVID Christmas. 00:00 The incredible Cummings leaves Number 10 06:50 The Brexit cliff-edge looms 11:30 Why are we still havi…
 
Sophie Lewis joins PTO to talk about her article in The Nation, 'Covid-19 Is Straining the Concept of the Family. Let’s Break It'. We chatted about how the Covid19 pandemic has underscored how dependent the nuclear family is upon the labour of others, and why the family is being called into question by mainstream political commentators. We also tal…
 
In this week's State of the Union, Stephen Paton (stephenpaton134) talks about Boris Johnson's latest statements on devolution, Labour infighting, and the latest on the UK's Union Unit.Check back every Friday for another bitesize breakdown of all things Scottish independence.โดย The National Newspaper
 
How progressive is too progressive? Jonathan Freedland and Maanvi Singh discuss how Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will need to think long and hard as they embark on a bid to unify the moderates of the Democratic party and those further left. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
How progressive is too progressive? Jonathan Freedland and Maanvi Singh discuss how Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will need to think long and hard as they embark on a bid to unify the moderates of the Democratic party and those further left. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
What’s the real state of play between Keir Starmer and newly independent MP Jeremy Corbyn? Where does Boris Johnson go now that his external brain Dominic Cummings has put up the GONE BLOGGIN’ sign? Pfizer vs Moderna – whose vaccine is so hot right now? Plus a taster of our new, extended edition of Oh God, What Now – exclusive to Patreon backers. “…
 
The PM's plan for Christmas - plus the story of the gay MPs who tried to take on Hitler In this episode we learn the fascinating story of the Glamour Boys - the gay MPs who lobbied the UK government to go to war with Hitler, long before World War II began. And Robert examines the departure of Boris Johnson's chief adviser Dominic Cummings from Down…
 
As Boris Johnson committs billions to the UK defence budget, the biggest investment since the Cold War, Matt Chorley talks national security with David Lidington. Plus, Times columnists Esther Webber and Robert Crampton This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today and get one mo…
 
Danny Kruger MP, author of a government report into volunteering, joins Christopher Hope to discuss why he thinks Brexit and community spirit are intrinsically linked, and how the government lost the narrative around free school meals. Plus, he reveals why his voluntary work satisfies his inner nosy parker. Also on the podcast: former spads Polly M…
 
Today we are joined by writer Mic Wright in Norwich, the Ex deputy head of policy for the Liberal Democrats Steve O’Neil in Brixton, writer Emma Burnell in Walthamstow and Political commentator and favoured Trump tweeter Mike Holden in Burnley In a week that has seen the UK Prepare for a low-key Christmas, we turn to the UK for a deep dive into Bri…
 
On Wednesday's Matt discusses the days big news stories with Times columnists Alice Thompson and John Kampfner. Plus Tim Shipman stops by to help Matt unpack all the drama from today's Prime Minster's Questions. This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today and get one month free…
 
Jessica Elgot and Michael Savage discuss the latest on Corbyn, Johnson’s self-isolation and lockdown restrictions in Scotland. Patrick Wintour reports on a trip to Moscow by a Foreign Office minister. Plus Salma Shah and Jason Stein describe what it is like to be a spad in times of crisis. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/…
 
Jessica Elgot and Michael Savage discuss the latest on Corbyn, Johnson’s self-isolation and lockdown restrictions in Scotland. Patrick Wintour reports on a trip to Moscow by a Foreign Office minister. Plus Salma Shah and Jason Stein describe what it is like to be a spad in times of crisis. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/…
 
It's Tuesday which means Finkelvitch time, as Times columnists Daniel Finkelstein and David Aaronovitch join Matt Chorley to discuss the democratic truth and dramatic lies. Then, Matt is joined by Peter Littger (German author and journalist), Marcel Fratzcher, (Head of the German Institute for Economic Research) and Rachel Stewart (presenter of Mee…
 
It's Monday which means, as always, Times columnists Libby Purves and Rachel Sylvester join Matt to discuss the big news of the day. Then for the main event, Matt talks the pros and cons of government leaking with former political editor of The Times, Phil Webster and current deputy political editor for The Times Steve Swinford, as well as former H…
 
In a dramatic week, Prime Minister Boris Johnson lost two of his key aides, chief adviser Dominic Cummings and director of communications Lee Cain, both senior forces in the Vote Leave campaign. Will their departure mark a new beginning for Downing Street? Plus, Westminster welcomed the news of a coronavirus vaccine breakthrough from Pfizer, but ho…
 
IGNOMINY DOMINIC: As the Prime Minister’s attack weasel Dominic Cummings finally “resigns” to spend more time with his WordPress, Ian Dunt reflects on the meaning and manner of his departure. Can Johnson continue without his external brain, is Carrie Symonds really that powerful, and what are we going to do without SuperDry Gollum to kick around? I…
 
On the latest State of the Union, Stephen Paton (stephenpaton134) takes us through the latest wild claims about when the next referendum will be and the latest polling data.State of the Union is published every Friday morning, bringing you bite-size breakdowns of the latest news on Scottish independence.…
 
As Donald Trump battens down the hatches and refuses to accept his election loss, Jonathan Freedland and Richard Wolffe look back at how others around him are responding. Are they helping or hindering his efforts?. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodโดย Guardian
 
As Donald Trump battens down the hatches and refuses to accept his election loss, Jonathan Freedland and Richard Wolffe look back at how others around him are responding. Are they helping or hindering his efforts?. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodโดย The Guardian
 
What does the rise of President Joe mean for Britain and our shapeshifting creep of a PM? If Donald Trump can’t win in America’s democracy, would he really destroy it? And why are politicians so bad at Twitter? We’re thrilled to welcome special guest Emily Bazelon from the podcast that inspired us, the Slate Political Gabfest, to dissect the monste…
 
Never one to hold back, the Good Morning Britain host and former editor of the Mirror tells Christopher Hope why his new book, Wake Up, is "friendly fire" towards his fellow liberals, why children need to learn you don't get participation prizes in life and why fancy dress choices from days gone by should be judged with hefty dose of common sense. …
 
Inside the Number 10 meltdown - plus vaccines and how China got back to normality In this week's episode the team discuss the resignation of Boris Johnson's director of communications, Lee Cain. What does this mean for the government? Will Dominic Cummings quit in solidarity? We also speak to ITV News Asia Editor Debi Edward who explains how dracon…
 
Matt speaks to actors Jason Watkins, Mark Dexter and Jan Ravens about what it's like to play the role of Prime Minister. Plus, Rachel Cunliffe and Robert Crampton stop by to discuss the days big news. To subscribe to The Times visit thetimes.co.uk/timesredbox See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Beyond Westminster is a podcast in which members of the Department of Politics at Birkbeck College look at politics outside the UK. It discusses events in other parts of the world and asks what if the UK had a political system closer to that of other countries. In Episode 3, Professor Dermot Hodson and Dr Ben Worthy compare UK and US politics in th…
 
Jarret Kobek author of The future won't be long and the I hate the internet in Los Angeles, political scientist Jane Junn in southern California, constitutional law professor Corey Brettschneider in New York and by former senate staffer Clint Loshe in DC discuss last weeks US election with Roifield. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inf…
 
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