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Guardian political columnist John Harris hosts a cast of voices from up and down the country as well as across the political spectrum to analyse the week’s political news. For US Politics with Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland, make sure to search 'Politics Weekly America' wherever you get your podcasts
 
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Jonny Bentley and Adam Bragan are two British twentysomethings with an interest in all things politics. Pints & Politics aims to deliver an analysis of Britain's politics in a fun and digestible manner, as if you were having the discussion in a British pub! Breaking down current affairs, debating ethical issues and looking at America from afar. Debating. Educating. Entertaining (hopefully!).
 
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Today I'm joined by Amy Everit The President of Golden State Opportunity and the ex-State Director of NARAL Pro-Choice America, Steve Krone constitutional law expert and ex-Supreme Court staffer, Mark Pinsley Democratic party candidate for State Senate in Pensilyviania and political activist Andrea Soccorso from New york. See acast.com/privacy for …
 
Glastonbury festival has a rich political history, from its roots in the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament to links to the climate crisis today. The Guardian’s John Harris was at Glastonbury to find out what is keeping political activism moving on the left and how far Labour has to go. He spoke to the shadow secretary for climate change and net zero…
 
There are two important byelections this week: one in Tiverton and Honiton, the other in Wakefield. The Guardian’s John Harris has been to both places, speaking to people about how they will vote and getting a sense of whether the Conservative government is in line for a shocking defeat. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/po…
 
During the first part of the pandemic, San Francisco County lost more than one in 20 residents San Francisco now has the fewest children per capita of any large American city, and a $117,400 salary counts as low-income for a family of four. I’d gotten used to the crime, rarely violent but often brazen; to leaving the car empty and the doors unlocke…
 
The government’s latest refugee policy collided with reality this week as the first deportation flight to Rwanda was halted at the last minute after a ruling by the European court of human rights. Meanwhile, the UK continued to pick a fight with the EU over the Northern Ireland protocol. Guardian journalist John Harris is joined by the columnist Ra…
 
Did the prime minister survive a vote on his premiership this week because the potential leadership contenders held off welding the fatal blow to his leadership? We are joined by Paul Duddridge, Mike Holden, Shannon Maybury, Nabanita Sircar and Pyotr Kurzan on this week's episode. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Boris Johnson has survived a vote of no confidence this week and wants to draw a line under the rebellion. But what does he really have to offer instead? Reviving Margaret Thatcher’s right to buy? Tax cuts? Ripping up the Brexit agreement? Guardian journalist John Harris is joined by former Conservative cabinet minister David Gauke and the Guardian…
 
We are joined by professor Karolina Wigura, Michael Donahue, Greg Satell, Ben Mendelson and Dr Dan as we look at the Russian advances in the east of Ukraine. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The drip drip of letters to the 1922 Committee has now become a steady stream. Could Boris Johnson be facing a vote of no confidence as soon as next week? Gaby Hinsliff is joined by Guardian political reporter Peter Walker and Gavin Barwell, the former Conservative MP and chief of staff to Theresa May, to figure out if the Tory party has any policy…
 
The Sue Gray report has finally been published. Boris Johnson made a statement to parliament and took questions at a press conference. He said he was ‘humbled’ by what was in the report, but is that enough? John Harris is joined by Guardian columnist Rafael Behr and the Observer’s Sonia Sodha to discuss what the report said and Johnson’s future. He…
 
Inflation has jumped to 9% putting renewed pressure on the government to take action on the cost of living crisis. John Harris is joined by Guardian columnist Gaby Hinsliff and the Guardian political correspondent Peter Walker to talk about what the government might do, finally. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
Roifield speaks to Prof. Gary Gerstle about the last 40 years that chart the fall of Communism and the end of the Cold War and their pivotal place in American and world history. They discuss how neoliberalism originated as much on the Left (the New Left) as on the right, among individuals such as Paul Goodman, Stewart Brand and Steve Jobs who were …
 
Rafael Behr stands in for John Harris this week and is joined by Gavin Barwell, the former Conservative MP and chief of staff to Theresa May, and Miatta Fahnbulleh, the chief executive of the New Economics Foundation. With tensions resurfacing over the Brexit arrangements across the Northern Ireland border, is the UK government capable of finding a…
 
It’s been a tough week for Boris Johnson and Keir Starmer as the public vote in local elections on Thursday. With the cloud of beergate hanging over Starmer, and sex scandals and the cost of living crisis affecting Johnson, John Harris is joined by Guardian columnist Rafael Behr and the Observer’s Sonia Sodha to talk about how this all creates deep…
 
With a week to go until the local elections, John Harris goes to Britain’s self-styled Ocean City, which is politically split 50:50 and voted for Brexit. How angry are people about Partygate? How bad is the cost of living crisis? And as the Tories flounder, are voters interested in what Labour has to offer?. Help support our independent journalism …
 
In a week when a US federal mask mandate was struck down on public transport, we ask how many lives does the British prime minister have? Today we are joined by Pyotr Kurzin geopolitical expert from Washington DC and the host of the global gambit podcast, Greg Satell award-winning author and businessman who lived in Kyiv for over 10 years and Steve…
 
Today I’m joined by Chuck Holton an American war correspondent. Holton is currently a War Correspondent for Newsmax and is embedded in Ukraine following the war. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
This week Boris Johnson has apologised again for breaking his own Covid lockdown rules while his home secretary, Priti Patel, has been heavily criticised over the legality of her plans to send asylum seekers to Rwanda. Guardian columnist Gaby Hinsliff stands in for John Harris, and asks what happens when ministers no longer seem afraid to push the …
 
Le Pen, the far-right candidate for the French presidency, offered a worldview reminiscent of the Trump presidency, forget Brexit, here comes Marine Le Pen! Russia warns of nuclear weapons in Baltic if Sweden and Finland join Nato Elon Musk Tech entrepreneur offers to buy Twitter for $41.4bn See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information…
 
On Tuesday Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak were fined by the Metropolitan police for breaching lockdown rules. But neither have resigned. John Harris is joined by the Guardian columnist Gaby Hinsliff and the former special adviser Salma Shah to talk about how damaging this is for the PM, his party and the country. Help support our independent journal…
 
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson has been confirmed to the Supreme Court, with President Biden calling her "one of the nation's brightest legal minds". Ms Jackson, 51, will be the first black woman to serve in the court's 233-year history and only the third African American, replacing liberal Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer when he retires at the e…
 
In a week when the Metropolitan police fined the former Cabinet Office’s director of ethics for attending a lockdown party, and Tory MP David Warburton faces allegations of sexual harassment and cocaine use, John Harris is joined by the Guardian’s Zoe Williams, and Miatta Fahnbulleh from the New Economics Foundation to talk about the return of a pe…
 
Today I’m joined by Emily Channell-Justice the Director of the Temerty Contemporary Ukraine Program at the Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University to discuss part two of our discourse about how peace could be formed in Ukraine. In this section, we look at how the conflict will change the domestic and foreign policy of the US, UK and other …
 
To hear the full episode, be sure to search for and subscribe to Politics Weekly America wherever you get your podcasts. During the Senate confirmation hearings for Joe Biden’s nomination for supreme court justice, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson was repeatedly asked about an unfounded claim that originated in the QAnon community. Joan E Greve and Alex…
 
Boris Johnson is again defending himself against allegations he lied about lockdown parties in Downing Street. Guardian journalist John Harris speaks to columnist Gaby Hinsliff and political correspondent Peter Walker about how damaging this is for Boris Johnson within the Tory party and with the public, and asks why Labour doesn’t seem to be capit…
 
In Episode 10 Tim and Gary discuss the energy crisis and the rising cost of living. Political reaction and satire, International news and roasting celebrities and politicians. New for 2022! Gary and Tim discuss reports, events and current affairs dominating world news. If you would like to recommend an article, video or event that you think we shou…
 
To hear the full episode, be sure to search for and subscribe to Politics Weekly America wherever you get your podcasts. Florida’s governor seems to relish addressing whatever culture war is raging. He might have learned a thing or two from his former backer, Donald Trump. If the polls are right, the two might end up fighting against each other in …
 
If the war ends in the next two weeks could we have a peace agreement? What if the Russians cease operations as the Ukrainians are making small gains. Can Russia Keep Crimea and Donetsk and Ukraine have enforceable security guarantees from the West, could that bring peace? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
On the day of Rishi Sunak’s spring statement, Robin Burgess from the Hope Centre in Northampton tells Guardian political columnist John Harris just how desperate the cost of living situation is. John is also joined by Miatta Fahnbulleh, the chief executive of the New Economics Foundation, and David Gauke, former chief secretary to the Treasury, to …
 
To continue listening to Jonathan Freedland’s analysis of what’s happening in Washington and beyond, be sure to like and subscribe to Politics Weekly America wherever you get your podcasts. This week, Jonathan Freedland speaks to Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence of Michigan, who has chosen to not to run again this November. She shares her thoughts on …
 
The Ukrainian MP Kira Rudyk, in Kyiv, tells Guardian political columnist John Harris how she and her fellow MPs are running the country despite escalating Russian aggression. John is then joined by the Guardian’s defence and security editor, Dan Sabbagh, and Clive Lewis, the Labour MP for Norwich South, to discuss Nato and the Russian nuclear threa…
 
Karolina Wigura is a historian of ideas, board member of the Kultura Liberalna Foundation in Warsaw and a fellow at the Robert Bosch Academy in Berlin She writes for the Guardian and the New York Times amongst other publicans and lives in Warsaw and works in Berlin. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
As the world watches with alarm the despotic takeover of Ukraine by Russian forces, we speak to Carla Seaquist about its ramifications for Europe, The US and the world. About Carla For more than two decades—after shifting from playwriting to commentary on 9/11—prolific writer and public thinker Carla Seaquist has worked at the intersection of polit…
 
To continue listening to Jonathan Freedland’s analysis of what’s happening in Washington and beyond, be sure to like and subscribe to Politics Weekly America wherever you get your podcasts. This week, Jonathan Freedland speaks to Dr Shadi Hamid about why Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could spark thought for anti-imperialists who question American po…
 
Guardian political columnist John Harris is joined by Guardian columnists Rafael Behr and Zoe Williams to discuss the growing refugee crisis – more than 2 million people have now fled Ukraine – and the government’s ban on Russian oil imports. What could this mean for net zero targets?To listen to Jonathan Freedland’s podcast Politics Weekly America…
 
Durings Ukraine’s 30-years of independence since the Soviet Union’s collapse, it has had to contend with neighbouring Russia’s tightening grip and expanding power on the country's geopolitical future. Instead of following the current Russian invasion and the heroic defence of the Ukrainian people today I want to look at Ukrainian politics from 1991…
 
To continue listening to Jonathan Freedland’s analysis of what’s happening in Washington and beyond, be sure to like and subscribe to Politics Weekly America wherever you get your podcasts. Retired Lt Col Alexander Vindman testified in front of Congress that he heard Donald Trump ask President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to investigate the Bidens. Trump wa…
 
Guardian political columnist John Harris is joined by senior correspondent Luke Harding, in Lviv, Guardian columnist Gaby Hinsliff and Salma Shah, special adviser to Sajid Javid when he was home secretary, to discuss Ukraine and Britain’s response. To listen to Jonathan Freedland’s podcast Politics Weekly America, search ‘Politics Weekly America’ o…
 
To continue listening to Jonathan Freedland’s analysis of what’s happening in Washington and beyond, be sure to like and subscribe to Politics Weekly America wherever you get your podcasts. This week, as Russia invades Ukraine, Jonathan speaks to the former US ambassador to Nato, Ivo Daalder. The pair discuss why sanctions imposed on Putin by the w…
 
John Harris is joined by Dan Sabbagh, the Guardian’s defence and security editor, and the Guardian columnist Zoe Williams to talk about Vladimir Putin’s shocking decision to invade Ukraine and its implications for British politics. To hear Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland and former US ambassador to Nato Ivo Daalder talking about Joe Biden’s r…
 
The Guardian political columnist John Harris hosts a cast of voices from across the country and political spectrum to analyse the week’s political news. Subscribe on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodโดย The Guardian
 
As scepticism continues over Russia’s claims it has withdrawn troops from the Ukrainian border, Joan E Greve speaks to congressman Tom Malinowski of New Jersey, who was in Ukraine a couple of weeks ago. He shares his thoughts on the Biden administration’s approach so far. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
A loose coalition of truckers and conservative groups that began in western Canada has brought the country to a standstill provoking the Prime Minister to invoke emergency powers, we ask TV pundit Laura Babcock why this happened and what it means. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In the final episode hosted by the Guardian’s lobby team, Jessica Elgot and Aubrey Allegretti look at how the government is responding to the Ukraine crisis, and a criminal investigation into Downing Street parties. Jess is then joined by Heather Stewart and John Crace to look back at a wild few years in UK politics. Help support our independent jo…
 
Jonathan Freedland speaks to local Ohioan politics reporter, Andrew Tobias, about why the Senate and gubernatorial midterm races are shaping up to be a litmus test for the influence of Trumpism in Republican success. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodโดย The Guardian
 
Jessica Elgot and Polly Toynbee question the prime minister’s ability to apologise after Keir Starmer is harassed by an angry mob. Plus, Giles Kenningham and Tim Durant examine the staff shake-up at Downing Street. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodโดย The Guardian
 
Ease into the weekend with our brand new podcast, showcasing some of the best Guardian and Observer writing from the week, read by talented narrators. In our first episode, Marina Hyde reflects on another less than stellar week for Boris Johnson (1m38s), Edward Helmore charts the rise of Joe Rogan (9m46s), Laura Snapes goes deep with singer George …
 
As Republicans take aim at Joe Biden’s supreme court nominee … before he has even picked it, Jonathan Freedland and Joan Greve discuss who might replace associate justice Stephen Breyer. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodโดย The Guardian
 
As Michael Gove launches his 12 ‘levelling up’ missions, Rowena Mason and Peter Walker discuss why Keir Starmer has switched attack lines. Plus, Dan Sabbagh explains why Boris Johnson took a trip to Ukraine this week. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodโดย The Guardian
 
Jonathan Freedland and Julian Borger discuss Joe Biden’s strategy when it comes to potential war with Russia over Ukraine, as well as some potentially good news at home for the president as he gets the chance to nominate a liberal pick to the supreme court. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
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