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1 December 2016updated 03 Dec 2016 9:51am

The NS Podcast #186: Sexting, schools and scripts

The New Statesman podcast.

By New Statesman

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This week, Helen and Stephen discuss sex education, Jeremy Hunt’s moves to stop sexting and how technology is changing childhood.

George joins with the latest from the Lobby. Then Stephen and Anoosh pay a visit to James Graham, the writer of the hit West End play ‘This House’.

And finally, you ask us: who is the most influential person in British politics?

(Helen Lewis, Stephen Bush, Anoosh Chakelian). 

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Related reads:

– Now read our digital culture writer, Amelia Tait, on how little Jeremy Hunt understands technology. 
Stephen Bush on John McDonnell’s promises to the affluent and the old.
– And Anoosh’s review of James Graham’s Channel 4 drama, The Coalition.

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