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19 September 2014updated 05 Oct 2023 8:32am

On this week’s New Statesman podcast: Episode Sixty-One

After the referendum: George Eaton reports from Edinburgh with reactions to the No victory, Helen Lewis, Jonn Elledge and Philip Maughan debate devolution, while Ian Steadman and Fiona Rutherford mark a recent leap towards private space travel.

By New Statesman

After the referendum: George Eaton reports from Edinburgh with reactions to the No victory in the Scottish vote, Helen Lewis, Jonn Elledge and Philip Maughan ask whether now is the time to devolve greater power to the rest of the country, while Ian Steadman and Fiona Rutherford mark one giant leap towards private space travel.

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