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On this week's New Statesman podcast: Episode Forty-One

George Eaton and Helen Lewis file an end of term report card for the parties in Westminster, Michael Prodger talks to Man Booker Prize-shortlisted novelist Jim Crace, and Ian Steadman explains why everyone should change their internet passwords.

George Eaton and Helen Lewis file an end of term report card for the parties in Westminster, and discuss the fallout from Maria Miller's resignation, Man Booker Prize-shortlisted novelist Jim Crace nominates himself for Pseuds Corner, and Ian Steadman explains why everyone should change their internet passwords.

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The Deep Dive podcast: Mandates and Manifestos

The New Statesman's Deep Dive podcast.

Ian Leslie and Stewart Wood return for another episode of the Deep Dive. This time they're plunging into the murky world of election promises with Catherine Haddon, resident historian at the Institute of Government. Together they explore what an electoral mandate means, what a manifesto is for, and why we can't sue the government when they fail to keep their promises.

Plus: Rant or Rave? Find out which podcasts have had our hosts on tenterhooks.

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