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7 January 2016updated 21 Jan 2016 4:45pm

The NS Podcast #130: Reshuffle, Revolt and Writing Gender

The New Statesman podcast.

By New Statesman

2016’s relaunched New Statesman Podcast is co-chaired by Helen Lewis and Stephen Bush. This week they discuss the never-ending Labour reshuffle and are joined by Stephanie Boland to talk about gender in confessional writing. We then hear from George Eaton, down the line from the lobby, on the latest from Westminster. (Helen Lewis, Stephen Bush, Stephanie Boland, George Eaton)

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