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1 November 2018updated 26 Jul 2021 5:01am

Podcast: Unpopular Opinions

The New Statesman podcast with Helen Lewis and Stephen Bush.

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Helen and Stephen discuss the ongoing fallout from the Budget, a new play about women’s football, and answer a pressing question: was Waitrose right to get rid of their magazine editor after an ill-judged joke about vegans?

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

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