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12 January 2017updated 13 Jan 2017 4:15pm

The NS Podcast #192: Leaks and Lucas

The New Statesman podcast.

By New Statesman

This week, Helen and Stephen discuss Jeremy Corbyn’s relaunch. Will it work and what is the wider outlook for left wing populism? Our Staggers editor, Julia Rampen, joins to explain why Caroline Lucas is her back bencher (and party co-leader) of the week. And you ask us: what is going on in Northern Ireland?

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