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14 February 2014

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

Wythenshawe, future leaders, stating the obvious on climate change, and Yarl's Wood.

By New Statesman

On this week’s podcast Rafael Behr, Helen Lewis and George Eaton consider the significance of the Wythenshawe and Shale East by-election, and consider the future leadership prospects for both Labour and Conservative parties, Ian Steadman asks why nobody is stating the obvious on climate change, and Laurie Penny describes her experience at Yarl’s Wood Immigration Removal Centre.

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