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In this week’s episode, host Steve Anglesey ponders what Boris Johnson’s mood is like after the Met announced they've finished issuing partygate fines. He then hears listeners’ suggestions on what politicians they would like to see on Eurovision and what songs they should sing. Also in this episode, journalist Rob Burnett explains what it is like t…
 
In this week’s episode, host Steve Anglesey tackles Michael Gove's bizarre BBC interview before hearing listeners' thoughts on which politicians they would like to see in Doctor Who and in which role after the news that Ncuti Gatwa is to be the next Doctor. The New European's Suna Erdem then joins him to discuss why Europe is lagging behind on lega…
 
In this week’s episode, host Steve Anglesey takes a look at the local election campaigns and hears readers' suggestions as to what the Conservative slogan should be at the next general election. He is joined by National Farmers Union president Minette Batters to discuss how war in Ukraine is worsening the sector's Brexit-driven problems and why a f…
 
In this week’s episode, host Steve Anglesey discusses the biggest news story of the week - which isn't porngate nor Angela Rayner's legs - but surrounding Rishi Sunak before hearing listeners' thoughts on what sportsperson they would like to see as prime minister. Then journalist and broadcaster Jonty Bloom joins the podcast to discuss his exaspera…
 
In this week’s episode, host Steve Anglesey wishes Boris Johnson well as he finds cover on a visit to India while MPs vote on whether to launch an investigation into claims he misled Parliament over the partygate row before hearing listeners' thoughts on what Boris Johnson's next job could be. Then, award-winning journalist Marion van Renterghem jo…
 
In this week’s episode, host Steve Anglesey discusses the news that Channel 4 is to be privatised before hearing listeners' thoughts on what the name of a drama starring Nadine Dorries would be called, answers range from It's A Sin to (thick) Skins. Media commentator and journalist Liz Gerard joins the podcast to share her thoughts on what lies in …
 
In this week’s episode, host Steve Anglesey suggests what Boris Johnson could have said in response to Partygate fines being issued and takes listeners' thoughts on the latest episode of the saga. Former BBC R4 presenter, North America Editor and Europe Editor Mark Mardell joins the podcast to discuss why the idea of a European army haunts Brexitee…
 
In this week’s episode, host Steve Anglesey likens some of the pie in the sky dreams The Apprentice finalists had to those of the chancellor before hearing listeners' thoughts on what Rishi Sunak's memoir may be called. Head of National Anti-Crisis Management of Belarus, the country’s shadow government in exile, Pavel Latushka, then joins the podca…
 
In this week’s episode, host Steve Anglesey shares what he enjoyed this week, including president Zelensky's address to Congress, and what he didn't particularly enjoy this week, featuring Michael Gove being called a hero. Journalist and campaigner Fiona Millar then joins the podcast to discuss why Boris Johnson surrounds himself with individuals f…
 
In this week’s episode, host Steve Anglesey begins by dissecting James Cleverly's comments on the government's response to the Ukrainian refugee crisis, concluding that Britain is only really world beating in one category - failure. Broadcaster and journalist Jonty Bloom then joins the podcast to discuss one very angry annual farmer's conference. H…
 
In this week’s episode, host Steve Anglesey pokes fun at the government's flag-waving, photo op filled and somewhat lacking response to Putin's invasion of Ukraine. Author and Foreign correspondent James Rodgers joins the podcast to share his expertise on whether Putin has lost his mind, the thinking behind his military tactics and if the 21st cent…
 
In this week’s episode, host Steve Anglesey begins by reciting a somewhat ironic quote from Nigel Farage who said that Putin had no interest in invading Ukraine and won't do so. Award-winning journalist James Ball then joins the podcast to discuss what is next for Ukraine and if Putin has been showing us his true intentions for years. He also share…
 
In this week’s episode, our host Steve Anglesey returns! He questions Jacob Rees-Mogg's logic of calling Brexit a success by reading out a letter from a listener who recounts the struggles he has had importing from a British business to where he lives in Poland. Comedian Matt Forde then joins the podcast to discuss how, despite him being easy to ma…
 
Supply teachers Eleanor Longman-Rood and Matt Withers are on presenting duties to sift through another quiet week in British politics. They discuss Boris Johnson's 'heshuffle' and hear listeners' suggestions as to what role Jacob Rees-Mogg should hold. After Keir Starmer is harassed by protesters repeating the PM's Jimmy Savile slur they examine wh…
 
In this week’s episode, host Steve Anglesey has many questions from another sane week in British politics, including will Boris Johnson change his name to Boris Dorries when he and his culture secretary tie the knot? He also introduces The New European's three-part pop-up podcast, The 27, a superb investigation into the deaths in the Channel by Clá…
 
The stream of people risking their lives to live in Britain is relentless. In November 2021, at least 27 people drowned trying. Within hours, their tragedy became a global political and journalistic storm. Within days, this most human of stories had been subsumed into the rolling news agenda. This three-episode podcast attempts to re-humanise this …
 
The stream of people risking their lives to live in Britain is relentless. In November 2021, at least 27 people drowned trying. Within hours, their tragedy became a global political and journalistic storm. Within days, this most human of stories had been subsumed into the rolling news agenda. This three-episode podcast attempts to re-humanise this …
 
The stream of people risking their lives to live in Britain is relentless. In November 2021, at least 27 people drowned trying. Within hours, their tragedy became a global political and journalistic storm. Within days, this most human of stories had been subsumed into the rolling news agenda. This three-episode podcast attempts to re-humanise this …
 
In this week’s episode, host Steve Anglesey sums up another day awaiting Sue Gray, describes the curious similarities between Barry Cryer and Boris Johnson and discusses reader suggestions on what film title best sums up Boris Johnson's years at Number 10. Journalist and writer John Kampfner then joins the podcast to explain his thoughts on the run…
 
In this week’s episode, host Steve Anglesey starts the podcast by reading listeners a story, the tragic tale of Agent Blond in Now, Time to Die, starring Boris Johnson. Broadcaster and writer Jonty Bloom then joins the podcast to discuss why the end of Boris Johnson won't mean the beginning of the end for Brexit, what the next prime minister could …
 
In this week’s episode, host Steve Anglesey breaks down for listeners what constitutes a party, being at work and a work party, if, like the prime minister, listeners often get them muddled up. Award-winning journalist James Ball joins the podcast to discuss how this week's scandal has been different from the ones Boris Johnson has usually ridden o…
 
In this week’s episode, host Steve Anglesey introduces more Brexit news, this does include, however, Presidential grifter and election crybaby Donald J Trump's golf courses losing a combined £7m in 2020... Writer and The New European columnist Paul Mason joins the podcast to discuss if Tony Blair needs a knighthood, or indeed if anyone does, the st…
 
In this week’s episode, host Steve Anglesey shares his political lowlights and cultural highlights of the year, in which Succession receives glowing praise. Writer and The New European's editor-at-large Alastair Campbell, The New European senior journalist Clár Ní Chonghaile and Writer and The New European's foreign editor John Kampfner all join th…
 
In this week’s episode, host Steve Anglesey shares his thoughts on the Downing Street Christmas party last year that definitely didn't happen... or did it? Playwright and author Bonnie Greer joins the podcast to discuss her belief that the British are inherently decent, even if the prime minister isn't. She also discusses why sending Anne-Marie Tre…
 
In this week’s episode, host Steve Anglesey hears listeners thoughts on how the government can approach the migrant crisis, and shares his own on the Downing Street Christmas party last year. Award-winning journalist John Lichfield joins the podcast to discuss the fascism of French journalist turned presidential candidate Éric Zemmour. He then give…
 
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