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On this week's New Statesman podcast: Episode Seventy-Three

Election debates, blasphemy and Bitcoin.

On this week's New Statesman podcast, George Eaton and John Elledge discuss the televised election debates, New Statesman editor Jason Cowley and Xan Rice talk to Shiraz Maher about the jihadi threat to Britain, and Ian Steadman and Alex Hern talk through the decline of Bitcoin.

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The NS Podcast #204: Carswell and Collapse

The New Statesman podcast.

Helen and Stephen are joined by Jonn Elledge to lament our exit from the EU, discuss what they feel about the EEA, and decide who they loathe more: Douglas Carswell or Daniel Hannan. Jason Cowley and George Eaton then introduce our special-issue on Labour's collapse. And you ask us: what do we think of the Labour Leave MPs?

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