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7 March 2014

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

Scotland, Ukraine, noisy politics and an interview with shadow Northern Ireland minister Ivan Lewis.

By New Statesman

The House of Commons, as drawn by Richard Doyle in ‘Manners and Customs of Ye Englyshe in 1849’. Image: Hulton Archive/Getty Images

On this week’s NS podcast, Rafael Behr and George Eaton discuss the Scottish independence referendum and the situation in Crimea, Helen Lewis and NS columnist Ed Smith talk about the rowdy nature of politics and PMQs, and we also have an interview with Ivan Lewis, the Northern Ireland minister.

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