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Ep.72 Weekly Brexit news round-up with Jen

From Theresa May's social care U-turn to counterterrorism in the age of Brexit, here are the top news stories you...

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Ep.67 Katinka Barysch on why a trade deal over Brexit is not Germany's priority

It might be No 1 on the the UK's #Brexit wishlist, but while Britain furiously debates whether a bad trade deal is...

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Ep.66 Weekly Brexit news round-up with Jen and Tim

‘Macron steamrollers Le Pen’ and ‘Tories crush Labour’. The local and French elections appear to have left no doubt...

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Ep.68 Weekly Brexit news round-up with Oli Dugmore

Nil points for guessing last week’s biggest #Brexit news story… X Factor’s Lucie Jones claiming a mighty 15th...

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Ep.69 Simon Read on the importance of Britain's financial services sector post Brexit

While bankers may not top the poll as Britain’s most popular members of society, would we be bankrupt without them?...

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Ep.70 Weekly Brexit news round-up with Warren and Tim

In, out, or still shaking it all about? With the general election in the offing and manifestos flying in all...

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Ep.71 Toby Baxendale on how free trade will thrive post Brexit

“June 24th was one of the greatest days of my life,” Toby Baxendale says, referring to the vote for Britain to leave...

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Ep.73 Alan Hastings on how Brexit can be a prize catch for the UK fishing industry

"So long, and thanks for taking all our fish." That’s the message to the European Union from Alan Hastings of...

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Ep.74 Weekly Brexit news round-up with Steph Farnsworth

The terrorist attack in London on Saturday evening meant Brexit discussions were not top of the agenda for this...

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Ep.75 Election day tactics with Frances Foley of the Progressive Alliance

It's UK election day and if you still haven't made your mind up on where to cast your vote then Frances Foley of the...

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118: 'EU Supergirl' Madeleina Kay on her mission for a second referendum

The Remain campaign pinned all it's hopes on the intimidating power of statistics, assuming they would scare...

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Brexit Podcast Ep.23: Jen's top five Brexit takeways

The Brexit Podcast has only been up and running for two months, yet has sparked a number of talking points. The first...

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Ep.40: Marc Webber on how Brexit could be an own goal for the Premier League

There's no doubting the popularity of English football, but has Brexit scored an own goal in the Premier League's bid...

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Ep. 55 May triggered Article 50 but what happens now? Joe Owen explains

The countdown to glorious independence or a ticking time bomb? Either way, Theresa May finally triggered Article 50...

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Ep.28: Warren's top five Brexit takeaways

It’s podcast co-founder Warren’s turn to bring us his five takeaways from everything Brexit so far. He pulls a few...

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Ep.31: How the EU referendum came about

How did the EU Referendum come to pass? David Cameron isn't the only one who might be scratching his head as to why a...

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Ep.36: Jemima Lovett on who is responsible for post-truth politics

The word of the year in 2016 was post-truth. But what does that mean, was there ever such a thing as truth politics...

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Ep.37: Stephen Chater on what happens now, post-Article 50 ruling

On Tuesday it was finally decided. The Supreme Court ruled that parliament must be consulted before Article 50 can be...

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Ep.38: Sir Richard Packer on how agriculture can reap the benefits of Brexit

Will Britain reap what it has sowed with Brexit? Sir Richard Packer recently wrote a report on how our agricultural...

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Ep.42: Education, ethnicity, age - BBC's George Greenwood digs into why Britain voted for Brexit

Since the EU referendum we’ve been hearing a lot of generalisations about voting patterns. If the general consensus...

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