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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
 
Intelligence Squared is the world’s leading forum for debate and intelligent discussion. Live and online we take you to the heart of the issues that matter, in the company of some of the world’s sharpest minds and most exciting orators. Join the debate at www.intelligencesquared.com and download our weekly podcasts every Tuesday and Friday. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/intelligencesquared.
 
REMAINIACS is a no flim flam Brexit podcast for everyone who knows that leaving the EU won't be un morceau de gateau. We're not sick of experts and we won't shut up and get over it. Presented by Dorian Lynskey of The Guardian with Ian Dunt of politics.co.uk, Naomi Smith of Best For Britain (personal capacity only!), Ros Taylor of the LSE (personal capacity only, again), Alex Andreou AKA @SturdyAlex, German-Nepalese journalist Nina Schick, actor Ingrid Oliver and scores of special guests. Fol ...
 
The authoritative source for independent rigorous high-quality academic research on UK-EU relations. Listen to our Brexit and Beyond podcast here: https://soundcloud.com/user-941630307 #Brexit #Brexit2016 #Economy #Brexitfacts #politics #Europe #podcasts #JohnCurtice #Generalelection #TheUKinaChangingEurope #partypolitics #Brexitvote #Facts #BrexitBreakdown #Parliament #EuropeanUnion #Referendum2016 #Leave #Remain #impartial #news #UnitedKingdom #AnandMenon #SimonUsherwood #NorthernIreland # ...
 
Scottish politics dissected from a left, pro-independence stance. Each week, award-winning broadcaster and journalist, Lesley Riddoch chews over the week’s news with former media lecturer and Dundee United fan, Pat Joyce. If you like intelligent, quirky chat about Scottish society and culture, and Scottish, UK and international politics analysed from a Scottish perspective; this podcast is for you.
 
Law Pod UK covers developments across all aspects of civil and public law in the United Kingdom. It is brought to you by the barristers at 1 Crown Office Row with presenters Rosalind English and Emma-Louise Fenelon. More info on our highly recommended podcast on the UK Human Rights Blog.
 
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IMPORTANT: This is NOT a regular episode of Murder Mile This is an EXTRA episode of Extra Mile to cover all of the details we were unable to cover in this three-part series of.The Thames Towpath Murders. It is not essential to listen to, but it will contain lots of additional details which we couldn't cover in the series. Support this show http://s…
 
This Isolation Insight webinar looked at the latest state of play of the Brexit negotiations and the challenges ahead.Speakers :David O'Sullivan, former European Union ambassador to the United StatesKatya Adler, Europe Editor, BBCBruno Waterfield, Brussels Correspondent, The TimesAnand Menon, Director, UK in a Changing EuropeChair: Jill Rutter, Sen…
 
Ben is joined by Kerry this week as they discuss all thing running kit, how to choose the best bits and what you really need when it comes to shoes, socks, shorts and Apologies for the dip in auto quality this week, some issues both human and technical meant a bit of a delay BUT we will be back next sounding excellent. See acast.com/privacy for pri…
 
He was alarmed by the long trail of blood in the aisle. It reached at least twelve feet long. In the artificial light of the carriage, it almost looked black. As the train pulled away, with no emergency stop signal or no way of contacting the driver, it was twenty minutes before it ground to a halt at the next station. A second passenger boarded th…
 
Avoiding the consequences of a judgment by transferring money to a different account is probably one of the least honest things that you can do. However in this case the attempt to recover that loss looked to be prevented by something called the 'reflective loss principle'. It is up to the Supreme Court to decide how this principle should operate a…
 
Matt Hill of 1 Crown Office Row discusses with Rosalind English the inquest into Dawn Sturgess, the innocent victim of the attempted assassination of a Russian agent. He considers the different approaches of the coronial and criminal jurisdictions where someone has died in suspicious circumstances.By Law Pod UK
 
Just how precarious is Tory support for the Government’s disavowal of international law via the Internal Market Bill? Up-and-coming young author Ian Dunt joins us to discuss his new book How To Be A Liberal, the airport thriller of reason-based political thought. And are we allowed to throw a party as long as all guests bring guns? Listeners can ge…
 
Westminster is often referred to as "the corridors of power", and three inhabitants of those hallowed halls join Christopher Hope to discuss the politics of holding power on this week’s show. First, the power of rumbling rebellions, as former Attorney General, Geoffrey Cox QC, tells Christopher Hope why he can’t support the government’s move to bre…
 
Boris Johnson’s ‘moonshot’ coronavirus ambition began to look divorced from the reality of worrying testing shortages as more areas were put into local lockdowns. The prime minister also had to contend with a Tory Brexit rebellion and more resignations from his government. Is Johnson losing control of the two biggest issues of our times? Tory MP Pa…
 
From Covid to Brexit to even the culture wars, Boris's performance seems to have been lacklustre. Where is the effervescent leader he was promised to be? (00:45) Sweden's violent crime is spiking - and are politicians afraid to say why? (16:45) And on the other side of the world, why are the Japanese so much happier to wear masks? (27:55) With Spec…
 
This week's guest is the First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford. He spoke to Paul about dealing with the coronavirus crisis, how its raised his profile and how it's given some in Westminster a crash course in devolution. He also reveals how 'frustrating' it's been dealing with Boris Johnson's government during the pandemic. All episodes of Acting …
 
Will Chelsea lay down a title race marker at Liverpool on Saturday? Pat Davison tells Peter Smith about the mood in the Blues camp following his interview with Kai Havertz and Timo Werner. We also hear from James Cooper about problems Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has had to overcome ahead of Man Utd’s first fixture, while Kate Burlaga has the latest from S…
 
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Paul MacInnes and Jonathan Liew to discuss Macclesfield Town going out of business and Gareth Bale’s return to Tottenham. John Brewin is on hand for the former, and Sid Lowe for the latter. And we find out whether Barry has the Carabao box. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footba…
 
This is Part Three of Three of the Thames Towpath Murders. Across May & June 1953, a violent serial rapist who would attack lone women in isolated spots in and around Teddington, and yet, going against his own method, that same man would rape and murder two young girls at the same time. But why? Murder Mile is researched, written and performed by M…
 
The government's Internal Market Bill won't reach the House of Lords until after the October EU Council, James Forsyth tells Katy Balls and Fraser Nelson on the podcast today. This means that the bill won't become law anytime soon, and provides the government leverage for a deal in that Council. So was this a ploy to get a better deal all along, or…
 
Guardian — Jessica Elgot and John Crace discuss the Covid testing catastrophe and Angela Rayner’s PMQs debut. Rory Carroll and Katy Hayward discuss the future for Northern Irish politics. Plus, Rajeev Syal speaks with the new head of the Whitehall spending watchdog, Gareth Davies. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicsp…
 
Jessica Elgot and John Crace discuss the Covid testing catastrophe and Angela Rayner’s PMQs debut; Rory Carroll and Katy Hayward ponder the future of Northern Irish politics; plus, Rajeev Syal speaks with the new head of the Whitehall spending watchdog, Gareth Davies. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
At the end of World War II, the United States dominated the world militarily, economically, and in moral standing – seen as the victor over tyranny and a champion of freedom. But it was clear – to some – that the Soviet Union was already executing a plan to expand and foment revolution around the world. The American government’s strategy in respons…
 
What is Money?Mike and David discuss the types of Money and then delve into the strange world of fractional reserve banking where wealth, it is claimed, can spontaneously spring into existence from the void. Government money printing and real silver and gold coins are examined and the true scale of loss of value to inflation is identified.They then…
 
After Microsoft's takeover bid was rejected, a new deal with Oracle, a big software company, could allow the Chinese-owned social-video app to continue operating in America without a sale. The wolf, the diamonds and the foreign minister: why the biggest luxury-goods deal in history, LVMH’s purchase of Tiffany, has been put on ice. And covid-19 is p…
 
Amid reports of local testing shortages, Matt Hancock told MPs today that the system is facing an 'enormous challenge' after a 'sharp rise' in demand. While the government has pledged to deliver 500,000 tests a day by the end of October, just 220,000 are currently being processed. Can the government fix the problem? Katy Balls speaks to Fraser Nels…
 
The Internal Market Bill, giving government the power to override parts of the Brexit agreement with the EU, passed its first hurdle in a late night Commons vote. Adam and Laura digest the details of the dramatic day at Westminster. And is there life on Venus? Studio Director: Michael RegaardProducers: Ben Weisz, Frankie TobiOutput Editor: Harriet …
 
Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher analyse Chelsea's 3-1 win over Brighton in the Premier League as Frank Lampard named two summer signings in his starting XI - Timo Werner and Kai Havertz. However, doubts continue over the future of Kepa Arrizabalaga after the Blues once again conceded from a shot from outside the box.…
 
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