Helen is back and set to discuss grammar schools, electoral pacts and why Stephen is particularly upset about boundary change. George joins with the reaction to Corbyn’s PMQ performance. NS tech editor, Kirsty Styles, explores whether whistleblowers can maintain their credibility – and how far big data is to be welcomed. And you ask us: can Trump win and how?
(Helen Lewis, Stephen Bush, George Eaton, Kirsty Styles)
Boundary Changes (00.30)
Stephen Bush finds that Labour now needs a 1997-style swing to secure a majority of one.
Electoral pacts (4.00)
George’s interview with Nick Clegg explores what hope there is for a unity government
Grammar Schools (11.00)
Julia Rampen on the plans for grammar and faith schools
Read George’s PMQ’s review
Leaks, Hacks and Espionage (25.10)
Clue up on the latest state of the Investigatory Powers Bill
And watch the trailer for the new Snodwen film – out this week.
And if you’re craving yet more NS podcastery, you can watch Helen and Stephen host a live recording at this summer’s London Podcast Festival. Tickets available here.
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