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31 January 2014

On this week’s New Statesman Podcast: Episode Thirty-Four

The dominance of the privately-educated in public life, the politics of Labour's 50p tax rate pledge and Caroline Criado-Perez discusses reforms to the laws on domestic violence.

By New Statesman

On this week’s podcast, David and George Kynaston talk to NS editor Jason Cowley about Britain’s 7 per cent problem: the dominance of the privately-educated in public life. Rafael Behr and Caroline Crampton ask whether Labour are really bashing the rich and Caroline Criado-Perez discusses reforms to the laws on domestic violence.

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