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17 July 2014updated 26 Sep 2015 8:01am

On this week’s New Statesman podcast: Episode Fifty-Four

Helen Lewis, George Eaton and Lucy Fisher consider Labour's response to the Conservative Party reshuffle. Juliet Jacques and Ian Steadman ask whether this really was THE BEST WORLD CUP EVER.

By New Statesman

On this week’s New Statesman Podcast, Helen Lewis, George Eaton and Lucy Fisher consider the fallout from the Conservative Party reshuffle, and ask what Labour can do in response. As life returns to normal in Brazil, Juliet Jacques and Ian Steadman decide once and for all whether this was THE BEST WORLD CUP EVER.

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