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28 September 2017

NS#236: The Labour Conference Debrief

The New Statesman podcast with Helen Lewis and Stephen Bush.

By New Statesman

Helen and Stephen are back from the Labour Party conference in Brighton, and they reflect on the party’s mood. Then they analyse how successful Jeremy Corbyn’s speech was. Finally, they answer a listener question: was Labour right to wargame a run on the pound?

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Further reading:

Stephen’s column with details about Corbyn merch mania.

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