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23 August 2018updated 26 Jul 2021 4:39am

Podcast: Will the Labour Party Split?

The New Statesman podcast with Helen Lewis and Stephen Bush.

By NS Caroline

Helen and Stephen discuss jerk rice and cultural appropriation, interview Emily Andrews from the Institute for Government about the state of Britain’s public services, and look at the evidence for a possible Labour Party split.

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Stephen’s cover story on Labour Party splits.

Yo Zushi on cultural appropriation.

The cultural appropriation reading suggestions (from Stephen’s Twitter followers).

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