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1 July 2016

The NS Podcast #157: Michael, May and mayhem

The New Statesman podcast.

By New Statesman

In this second podcast of the week, Helen and Stephen examine the latest in leadership battles: from the chances of Michael Gove and Theresa May, to the shake-up of Jeremy Corbyn’s shadow cabinet. Contributing editor Laurie Penny then joins to help answer questions on Brexit: is it a good idea for Labour to pursue a second referendum? What are the downsides of the EEA for agriculture? And what does Laurie want from the Labour party now? (Helen Lewis, Stephen Bush, Laurie Penny)

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