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7 September 2017

NS#233: Mogg’s Momentum

The New Statesman podcast.

By New Statesman

Helen and Stephen discuss the progress of the legislation formerly known as the Great Repeal Bill, and then assess whether Jacob Rees-Mogg might actually become Tory leader. Then, for the You Asked Us segment, they tackle the most vital of all questions: which past UK election should you rewatch?

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Helen on why Jacob Rees-Mogg isn’t funny.

Stephen on why the new Tory leader will probably be really right-wing.

Anoosh’s report on Moggmentum.

The 1997 election broadcast.

The amazing theme music for the 1983 election coverage.