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14 June 2017

The Deep Dive podcast: The real Corbynism

The Newstatesman's Deep Dive podcast.

By New Statesman


Ian and Stewart are shocked and cheered by last week’s surprise election result. With the help of Matt Zarb-Cousin, the former spokesperson for Jeremy Corbyn, they set out to explore the Corbynist philosophy. How did Labour pull off their glorious defeat? And is the Twitter left at risk of descending into civil war? Plus: Stewart rants about blaming the media, and Ian raves about the response to the terror attacks.


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