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18 October 2018updated 26 Jul 2021 4:56am

Podcast: The Brexit Sanity Test

The New Statesman podcast with Helen Lewis and Stephen Bush.

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Helen and Stephen attempt to bring some calm rationality to the discussion of Brexit and “the backstop” — whatever that turns out to be. Then Helen talks to the American author Rebecca Solnit about reporting on Trump and her new book Call Them by Their True NamesFinally, a listener question: what’s going on with universal credit?

Send us your questions for future episodes via Twitter @ns_podcasts@helenlewis or @stephenkb.

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