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16 February 2017

The NS Podcast #198: By-elections and a bad week

The New Statesman podcast.

By New Statesman

In this week’s NS podcast, Helen and Stephen discuss why it has been a bad week for Theresa May, the unravelling of Trump’s stated commitment to NATO and other foreign policy fails. Anoosh Chakelian tells of the apathy she found on the streets of Stoke, ahead of next week’s by-election. And you ask us: how is Chris Grayling still a thing? 

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