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28 January 2016

The NS Podcast #133: Divisions, dodgy deals and Dr Who

The New Statesman podcast.

By New Statesman

This week, Helen Lewis and Stephen Bush talk Labour splits, George Eaton discusses Osborne’s Google tax blunder, and a new feature – ‘You Ask Us’ – sees our presenters place their bets on the next Labour Leader. Plus: CityMetric’s Jonn Elledge joins to debate the Dr Who showrunners. Want to know how the show reflects the Labour party? Listen in to find out… (Helen Lewis, Stephen Bush, George Eaton, Jonn Elledge)

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