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7 July 2011

Cultural Capital podcast: Josie Long

A conversation on UK Uncut, politics and activism with the award-winning comedian.

By Helen Lewis

In the second Cultural Capital podcast, Helen Lewis-Hasteley talks to the comedian Josie Long about her involvement with the tax avoidance protest group UK Uncut, the discourse the government has created on the deficit — and the anger she felt after UK Uncut were “stamped on” in the wake of the occupation of Fortnum & Mason.

Cultural Capital podcast: Josie Long

In the first Cultural Capital podcast, Yo Zushi spoke to the singer-songwriter Emmy the Great. Click here to listen.

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