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Guardian Politics Weekly Podcast

Guardian Politics Weekly Podcast

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If you’re keen to keep abreast of UK and international politics then our Politics Weekly podcast is for you. The Guardian’s politics team unwind the political spin and delve into the key issues that drives the people in power. UK politics is the focus but the team also look at the big global political stories each week. Panellists include Guardian writers such as  Rowena Mason,  Gary Younge,  Polly Toynbee,  Michael White and  Rafael Behr and we regularly have guests from all side of the political spectrum.


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  • Grenfell memorial, Brexit brinkmanship and open Scotland – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Jun 14, 2018


    Pippa Crerar is joined by Jessica Elgot, Sam Lowe and Allie Renison to discuss a week of Brexit showdowns. Plus: Robert Booth on the Grenfell anniversary and Libby Brooks on why the SNP is promoting immigration as anti-immigrant sentiment grows elsewhere in Europe. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • General election anniversary - Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Jun 07, 2018


    Heather Stewart is joined by Jill Rutter, Ryan Shorthouse and Gaby Hinsliff to discuss changes to the political landscape since the 2017 election; Jessica Elgot presents spinners’ and MPs’ memories of election night. Plus, Helen Pidd on Chris Grayling, a disastrous timetable change and who pays for rail chaos?. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Can the Tories reach young voters? – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, May 31, 2018


    Jessica Elgot is joined by Will Tanner, Katy Balls and Rebecca Lowe to discuss a raft of new Conservative thinktanks formulating plans to connect with young voters. Plus author David Graeber discusses meaningless work and his new book Bullshit Jobs. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Ireland's abortion referendum – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, May 24, 2018


    Pippa Crerar is joined by Eoin Carolan, Lisa O’Carroll, Sin?ad Baker and Jim Waterson to discuss this week’s referendum in Ireland. Plus Vikram Dodd on how Sajid Javid has been received by the police and Mark Lilla on Democrats, the left and identity politics. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Grenfell inquiry to begin taking evidence – Politics Weekly podcast
    Wed, May 16, 2018


    Pippa Crerar is joined by Robert Booth, Dawn Foster and Deborah Coles to discuss the Grenfell Tower fire inquiry which begins taking evidence next week. Plus economist Dambisa Moyo on how to fix the crises in global democracy and Libby Brooks on the SNP’s deputy leadership election. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • The generational wealth gap – Politics Weekly podcast
    Fri, May 11, 2018


    Heather Stewart is joined by Torsten Bell, Iman Amrani and Sonia Sodha to discuss proposals for addressing the growing wealth gap between Britain’s young and older generations. Also this week: Anand Menon rounds up another frantic week of Brexit news. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Rudd's resignation and local elections preview – Politics Weekly podcast
    Wed, May 02, 2018


    Pippa Crerar is joined by Katy Balls, Jonathan Freedland and Owen Jones to discuss the resignation of Amber Rudd as home secretary. Plus: local government expert Tony Travers previews this week’s council elections. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Customs union conundrum and Marx at 200 – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Apr 26, 2018


    Heather Stewart is joined by Aarti Shankar, Rafael Behr and Tom McTague to discuss the showdown over Britain’s membership of the EU customs union after Brexit. Plus Philip Cowley on local election polls and Gregory Claeys on the relevance of Karl Marx as his 200th birthday approaches. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • The Windrush generation and a hostile Home Office – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Apr 19, 2018


    Pippa Crerar is joined by Amelia Gentleman, Sonia Sodha, Colin Yeo and Sarah Teather to discuss the government’s chaotic response to reports of Caribbean people who came to the UK as children in the 1950s and 60s being denied their rights. Plus Libby Brooks reports from Holyrood on how the Scottish parliament is dealing with sexual harassment. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • The Alternatives: social enterprises in Plymouth – podcast
    Wed, Apr 11, 2018


    In episode 6, Aditya speaks to Lindsey Hall, director of Real Ideas Organisation in Plymouth. Social enterprises are businesses that try to solve social problems while making a profit. Plymouth is the first social enterprise city in the UK. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • The Alternatives: inside the ideas factory that could save UK industry – podcast
    Wed, Mar 28, 2018


    In episode 5 of The Alternatives, Aditya Chakrabortty talks to Ande Gregson of Green Lab about small-scale innovation. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • The Brexit whistleblower and Labour's anti-semitism problem
    Tue, Mar 27, 2018


    Heather Stewart is joined by Carole Cadwalladr, Hadley Freeman, Owen Jones and Randeep Ramesh to discuss new revelations regarding donations from the victorious Vote Leave campaign to a sister movement staffed by young Brexiters. Plus, Labour MP Wes Streeting on his party’s problem with antisemitism. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Cambridge Analytica, Facebook and democracy – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Mar 22, 2018


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Carole Cadwalladr, Alex Hern, Steve Howell and Damian Collins MP to discuss the scandal surrounding Cambridge Analytica’s use of data harvested from Facebook in Donald Trump’s election campaign. Plus: Heather Stewart in Brussels on the Brexit transition deal and the continuing response to Russia. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Responding to Russia – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Mar 15, 2018


    Heather Stewart is joined by Rafael Behr, Anne Perkins and Andrew Roth in Moscow to discuss the government’s response to the nerve agent attack on the former Russian spy and his daughter in Salisbury. Plus Paul Johnson of the Institute for Fiscal Studies on the chancellor’s low-key spring statement. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • The Alternatives: worker-owned businesses – podcast
    Wed, Mar 14, 2018


    Aditya Chakrabortty speaks to John Clark, about how instead of selling off his business to the highest bidder, he decided to explore how he could transfer ownership to those with the best interests of the company at heart: its employees. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Open v closed: the new political divide? – Politics Weekly podcast
    Wed, Mar 07, 2018


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Sonia Sodha, Matt Zarb-Cousin and Laura Round to discuss whether British politics has moved beyond a simple left-right division. Plus Stephanie Kirchgaessner reports from Rome on the aftermath of the Italian election. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Corbyn's Brexit and May's big moment – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Mar 01, 2018


    Heather Stewart is joined by Jill Rutter, Jennifer Rankin, Dan Roberts and John Harris to discuss a pivotal week for Brexit. Plus Dharshini David on the supremacy of the US dollar as the world’s favourite currency. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • The Alternatives: German town takes power back from energy giants – podcast
    Wed, Feb 28, 2018


    Aditya Chakrabortty speaks to Iris Degenhardt-Meister, who is part of a cooperative energy company that runs the electricity grid in Wolfhagen, Germany, and asks Prof Andrew Cumbers from the University of Glasgow if such a model could work in Britain. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Avoiding a Mad Max Brexit – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Feb 22, 2018


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Isabel Hardman, Randeep Ramesh and Tom Kibasi to discuss May’s Brexit ‘awayday’ after a speech from David Davis promising that leaving the EU would not pitch Britain into a Mad Max-style dystopia. Plus: Danny Dorling on Britain’s stalled life expectancy and Matthew D’Ancona on why Corbyn’s meeting with a Czechoslovakian diplomat in the 1980s warrants attention. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • The Alternatives: how a Liverpool suburb upended its housing market – podcast
    Wed, Feb 14, 2018


    Aditya Chakrabortty hears from Hazel Tilley, a long-time resident of the Liverpool neighbourhood of Granby and now chair of its community land trust. She explains how after decades of neglect from local government, the area took matters into its own hands to provide affordable housing. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • The Brexit war cabinet and women's suffrage – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Feb 08, 2018


    Heather Stewart is joined by Aarti Shankar, Anne Perkins and Jennifer Rankin to discuss a Brexit war cabinet at war with itself. Plus Labour’s equalities secretary, Dawn Butler, on 100 years of women’s suffrage and the work still to do. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Brexit leaks and May in China – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Feb 01, 2018


    Rowena Mason is joined by Larry Elliott, Katy Balls and Rafael Behr to discuss the Brexit analysis leaks. Plus Jessica Elgot on Theresa May’s trip to China and Chuka Umunna on bringing together the anti-Brexit tribes. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • The Alternatives: how Preston took back control – podcast
    Wed, Jan 31, 2018


    In the first episode of our new mini-series, Aditya Chakrabortty speaks to Preston city councillor Matthew Brown about his alternative approach to keeping wealth in the local economy. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Have the Conservatives run out of ideas? – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Jan 25, 2018


    Heather Stewart is joined by Anushka Asthana, George Freeman MP, Laura Perrins, Matthew D’Ancona and Mark Wallace to discuss the intellectual renewal of the Conservative party amid cabinet bust-ups, and growing murmurs about the race to succeed Theresa May. Plus, Bruno Ma??es on his new book The Dawn of Eurasia. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Outsourcing and the Carillion collapse – Politics Weekly podcast
    Wed, Jan 17, 2018


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Andrew Adonis, Polly Toynbee, John Crace and Laura Parker to discuss the collapse of Carillion and the changes to Labour’s national executive committee. Plus James Murray, the deputy mayor of London, on getting to grips with the city’s housing crisis. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • May's reshuffle and universal basic income – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Jan 11, 2018


    Heather Stewart and Anushka Asthana discuss the cabinet shake-up, plus Sonia Sodha, Torsten Bell and Neal Lawson on the concept of a universal basic income. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Corbyn's year, digital diplomacy and loneliness – Politics Weekly podcast
    Wed, Dec 20, 2017


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Michael Savage, Ellie Mae O’Hagan and Sam Lowe to discuss a year that saw Jeremy Corbyn strengthen his position as Labour leader and confound expert predictions of Labour’s demise. Plus Tom Fletcher on digital diplomacy heading into 2018 and Seema Kennedy and Rachel Reeves on the scourge of loneliness. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Brexit rebels and political books of the year – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Dec 14, 2017


    Heather Stewart is joined by Jessica Elgot, Tom McTague, Jess Phillips and Gaby Hinsliff to discuss the government’s defeat on an amendment to the EU withdrawal bill and the political books of the year. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Review of the year – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Dec 07, 2017


    Heather Stewart and Anushka Asthana are joined by Anand Menon, Angela Smith, Chris Wilkins, John Crace and a live studio audience to discuss a turbulent year in British politics. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Trump's tweets and the Irish border – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Nov 30, 2017


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Andrew Lilico, Polly Toynbee, Brian Klaas and Brendan Cox to discuss outrage at President Trump’s sharing of anti-Muslim videos. Plus RTE’s Tony Connelly on the Irish border and Brexit. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Budget 2017: austerity continues – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Nov 23, 2017


    Heather Stewart is joined by Larry Elliott, Sonia Sodha and Robert Colvile to discuss the second budget of the year. Plus we hear from Robert Chote – the man responsible for the drastic downward revision to Britain’s economic growth forecasts – and the Resolution Foundation’s Matthew Whittaker. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Britain's housing crisis and the Brexit bill – Politics Weekly podcast
    Wed, Nov 15, 2017


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Nick Boles MP, Dawn Foster and Ian Mulheirn to discuss the UK’s housing crisis and the return to the Commons of the EU withdrawal bill. Plus Labour MP Tulip Siddiq on her constituent Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe who is in prison in Iran. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Tax avoidance – Politics Weekly podcast
    Wed, Nov 08, 2017


    Heather Stewart is joined by Juliette Garside, Hilary Osborne, Phillip Inman and Nicholas Shaxson to discuss the industrial-scale tax avoidance revealed in the Paradise Papers leak. Plus Mark Wallace of ConservativeHome on the government’s latest week from hell. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Sexual harassment and 'sleaze' lists – Politics Weekly podcast
    Wed, Nov 01, 2017


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Marie Le Conte, Gaby Hinsliff, Ayesha Hazerika and Boni Sones to discuss a wave of sexual harassment scandals in British politics as lists of MPs and their alleged misdemeanours appearing online. Plus Stephanie Kirchgaessner on FBI indictments in the Trump-Russia inquiry. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Governing without a majority – Politics Weekly podcast
    Tue, Oct 24, 2017


    Heather Stewart is joined by Rowena Mason, Sonia Sodha and Meg Russell to discuss Theresa May’s ability to operate without a majority. Plus Prof Rob Ford on the Tories’ troublesome right flank and Conservative MP Ben Bradley on enticing young people to consider voting Tory. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • 'No-deal' Brexit and attitudes on immigration – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Oct 19, 2017


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Torsten Bell of the Resolution Foundation, the Guardian’s Rowena Mason and Jonathan Freedland to discuss Brexit. Plus Bobby Duffy of Ipsos Mori on changing attitudes to immigration. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Universal credit, SNP conference and the Green party – Politics Weekly podcast
    Tue, Oct 10, 2017


    Heather Stewart is joined by Patrick Butler, Deven Ghelani and Chris Goulden to discuss the acceleration in the rollout of universal credit. Plus we hear from Severin Carrell at the SNP conference and the Green party co-leader Jonathan Bartley. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Sideshows and psychodramas: Conservative party conference – Politics Weekly podcast
    Wed, Oct 04, 2017


    Anushka Asthana is joined in Manchester by Rowena Mason, Matthew d’Ancona, John Crace and Kate McCann at the Conservative party conference. Plus we hear from MPs, ministers and members as Theresa May makes her keynote speech. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Why are there so few BAME leaders in Britain? – podcast
    Fri, Sep 29, 2017


    The Colour of Power project has shown that just 3% of Britain’s most powerful people are non-white. What can be done to change this?. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Going mainstream: Labour party conference – Politics Weekly podcast
    Wed, Sep 27, 2017


    Rowena Mason at the Labour party conference in Brighton is joined by Anushka Asthana, Rafael Behr, Beth Foster-Ogg and John Crace. Plus we hear from Emily Thornberry, the shadow foreign secretary, on how this year’s conference shows Labour is ready for power. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Boris, Brexit and the Labour rulebook – Politics Weekly podcast
    Wed, Sep 20, 2017


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Boris Johnson’s biographer Sonia Purnell to discuss the foreign secretary’s 4,000-word intervention on Brexit this week. Plus: the Labour chair Ian Lavery on changes to the party’s leadership election rules. On the panel: Gaby Hinsliff, Paul Mason and Richard Angell. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Henry VIII powers and public sector pay – Politics Weekly podcast
    Tue, Sep 12, 2017


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Ian Dunt, Rowena Mason, Jill Rutter and Randeep Ramesh to discuss the Henry VIII powers in the EU withdrawal bill and government plans to ease the public sector pay freeze. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Plots, leaks and Brexit tweaks – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Sep 07, 2017


    Heather Stewart is joined by Owen Jones, Rowena Mason, Anand Menon and Alan Travis to discuss a leaked government document on how to manage post-Brexit EU migration. Plus we hear from Alison McGovern on her campaign to keep Britain in the single market and from Jessica Elgot on how Brexit has brought a new breed of rebellious MPs. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Panel discussion: How are gender equality victories won in 2017?
    Tue, Aug 08, 2017


    At the Guardian women seminar, panellists Karen Mattison (Timewise) Amanda Gardiner (Pearson), anti-FGM campaigner Leyla Hussein, Channel 4 News reporter Lindsey Hilsum and barrister Dexter Dias talk about the challenges for feminism in 2017. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Plots, feuds and summer reading – Politics Weekly podcast
    Wed, Jul 19, 2017


    Heather Stewart is joined by Kate Maltby, Steve Richards and Jonathan Freedland to discuss the cabinet infighting threatening to derail the government. Plus we get tips from MPs Keith Simpson and Chris Bryant on summer reading lists. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • MP abuse and the gig economy - Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Jul 13, 2017


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Matthew Taylor, Boni Sones, Robert Booth and Sonia Sodha to discuss the abuse faced by politicians on social media and elsewhere and the government’s response to a new review of self-employment and the ‘gig economy’. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Public sector pay – Politics Weekly podcast
    Wed, Jul 05, 2017


    Heather Stewart is joined by Rafael Behr, Polly Toynbee and Sam Hall to discuss the Tory wobbles on the public sector pay cap. Plus: Labour’s Baroness Smith on how Brexit bills will fare in the Lords and Cathy O’Neil on regulating big data. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Theresa May's deal with the DUP – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Jun 29, 2017


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Ellie Mae O’Hagan, Sean Worth and Andy Beckett to discuss Theresa May’s post-election deal with the Democratic Unionist party in Northern Ireland to ensure a majority in the Commons. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Can May's minority government last? Politics Weekly podcast
    Fri, Jun 23, 2017


    Jessica Elgot is joined by Anne Perkins, Dawn Foster and Rafael Behr to discuss Theresa May’s modest legislative agenda and the government’s faltering response to the Grenfell Tower disaster. We also hear from a cross-party selection of new MPs on their first week in parliament. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Is a soft Brexit back on the cards? Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Jun 15, 2017


    Anushka Asthana heads back to the House of Commons post-election to find out what the shock result of a hung parliament could mean for Britain’s EU exit. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • So … what happens now? Election Daily podcast
    Mon, Jun 12, 2017


    Jonathan Freedland and Owen Jones are joined by Polly Toynbee in the last of our Election Daily podcasts. The dust still hasn’t settled from Friday’s shock results, so what now for Labour? What now for the country? And how long for Theresa May?. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • The result: hung parliament – Election Daily podcast
    Fri, Jun 09, 2017


    Owen Jones, Jonathan Freedland and Heather Stewart discuss another momentous shift in the political landscape after Theresa May’s snap election resulted in the Conservatives losing their parliamentary majority. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Swing seats and merciless marginals – Election Daily podcast
    Thu, Jun 08, 2017


    Jonathan Freedland and Zoe Williams are joined by reporters and analysts to pick out the key seats to watch in the 2017 general election. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Diane Abbott steps aside – Election Daily podcast
    Wed, Jun 07, 2017


    Jonathan Freedland and Owen Jones are joined by Polly Billington and Matthew D’Ancona on the last day of the election campaign to discuss Theresa May’s promise to rip up human rights laws if they impede her counter-terrorism plans, and the shadow home secretary Diane Abbott stepping aside due to ill health Leave your election questions for Jonathan and Owen here. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • It's not the economy, stupid – Election Daily podcast
    Tue, Jun 06, 2017


    Owen Jones and Jonathan Freedland are joined by Zoe Williams to discuss why the economy has played such a limited role in this election. Plus: London mayor Sadiq Khan becomes the latest target of Donald Trump’s Twitter feed. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Police cuts and 'enough is enough' – Election Daily podcast
    Mon, Jun 05, 2017


    Jonathan Freedland and Owen Jones are joined by Prospect editor Tom Clark to discuss the political response to the terrorist attack in London on Saturday night which left seven people dead and 48 injured Leave your election questions for Jonathan and Owen here. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Corbyn rules out coalition – Politics Weekly podcast
    Fri, Jun 02, 2017


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Paul Mason, Randeep Ramesh and Polly Toynbee to discuss a week in which polls showed Labour quickly gaining ground on the Conservatives as Theresa May’s faltering campaign continues. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • May too busy with Brexit for TV debate – Election Daily podcast
    Thu, Jun 01, 2017


    Owen Jones and Rafael Behr are joined by Jessica Elgot to discuss the seven-way BBC leaders’ debate which Theresa May decided to skip, reportedly to focus on her 12-point Brexit plan. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Should you believe the polls? – Election Daily podcast
    Wed, May 31, 2017


    Jonathan Freedland and Owen Jones are joined by Stephen Bush of the New Statesman to discuss YouGov’s bombshell poll projection. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Jeremy v Jeremy – Election Daily podcast
    Tue, May 30, 2017


    Owen Jones and Jonathan Freedland are joined by the Observer’s Sonia Sodha to discuss how the party leaders fared in their televised battle with Jeremy Paxman and a studio audience. Plus: whatever happened to the ‘Brexit election’?. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • The state of the race – Election Daily podcast
    Mon, May 29, 2017


    Ten days before the general election, Jonathan Freedland and Owen Jones discuss the state of a race in which the Conservatives’ poll lead has narrowed amid policy U-turns and a brief suspension of campaigning. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Tackling terrorism – Politics Weekly podcast
    Fri, May 26, 2017


    Heather Stewart is joined by the Guardian’s home affairs editor Alan Travis to discuss the government’s response to the Manchester attack and how the main parties differ in their approach to tackling terrorism. Plus: Larry Elliott and Stephen King on the retreat of globalisation. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Security set to dominate campaigning after Manchester attack – Election Daily podcast
    Thu, May 25, 2017


    Jonathan Freedland and Owen Jones are joined by Helen Pidd in Manchester and Ian Cobain to reflect on the terror attack that halted the UK general election campaign. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Campaign suspended – Election Daily podcast
    Tue, May 23, 2017


    Following the terrorist attack in Manchester, campaigning in the general election has been suspended – and so has this podcast. Jonathan Freedland and Owen Jones will be back soon. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Theresa May's social care wobble - Election Daily podcast
    Mon, May 22, 2017


    Jonathan Freedland and Owen Jones are joined by Zoe Williams in the first of our daily podcasts in the run-up to election day. As the Conservatives rethink their unpopular social care plans, the polls are narrowing. Do you have a question about the election for our panel? Please fill out our form. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Theresa May's manifesto – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, May 18, 2017


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Rowena Mason, John Crace and the FT’s George Parker at the Conservative manifesto launch. Plus: Peter Walker reports from Clacton-on-Sea where Ukip are defending their only seat in parliament. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Labour's leaked manifesto – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, May 11, 2017


    Heather Stewart is joined by Polly Billington, Rafael Behr and Alex Hern to discuss the leaked Labour manifesto. Plus Jessica Elgot on board the Lib Dem battle bus and Damian Tambini on election law and social media. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Labour's local losses – Politics Weekly podcast
    Fri, May 05, 2017


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Martin Kettle, Deborah Mattinson and Sam Tarry to discuss what the local council results mean for the general election. Plus France prepares to elect its new president. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • The Brexit election – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Apr 27, 2017


    Heather Stewart is joined by Rowena Mason, John Harris and James McGrory to discuss party strategies as they head out on the campaign trail. Plus: has Brexit killed Ukip?. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • The mother of all U-turns? A snap election special - podcast
    Wed, Apr 19, 2017


    Anushka Asthana is joined by an expert panel to discuss the prime minister Theresa May’s historic decision to call a snap election. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Can politicians solve the refugee crisis? – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Apr 06, 2017


    Heather Stewart is joined by Paul Collier, Alexander Betts and Kate Lyons to discuss potential policy solutions to the global refugee crisis. Is United Nations approach fit for purpose? Does the EU have more of a role to play? And how can the world’s richest countries use their power and wealth more effectively?. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Britain starts the Brexit countdown – Politics Weekly podcast
    Fri, Mar 31, 2017


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Alex Salmond, Ian Duncan, Gina Miller, Natalie Nougayr?de and Graham Brady at the end of an historic week in British politics in which Britain triggered the EU exit clause and the Scottish parliament voted for a new independence referendum. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Westminster attacked – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Mar 23, 2017


    Anne Perkins is joined by Hugh Muir, Polly Toynbee, Alan Travis and Heather Stewart to discuss the terrorist attack in Westminster and the political response. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • SNP call for new independence referendum – Politics Weekly podcast
    Wed, Mar 15, 2017


    Anushka Asthana hears from the SNP’s Westminster leader Angus Robertson on his party’s call for a new independence referendum. Plus Severin Carrell, Ewen MacAskill and Anne Perkins discuss its impact on the government’s Brexit talks. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Tories face tax revolt and Northern Ireland's deadlock – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Mar 09, 2017


    Heather Stewart is joined by Larry Elliott, Jonathan Freedland, Rowena Mason and Torsten Bell to discuss Philip Hammond’s first budget. We hear from Labour’s Jonathan Reynolds and Tory Ed Vaizey. Plus: Henry McDonald in Belfast on the deadlock in Northern Ireland’s power-sharing talks. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • How can Labour reunite? – Politics Weekly podcast
    Fri, Mar 03, 2017


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Paul Mason, Zoe Williams and Richard Angell to discuss whether Labour’s warring factions can put aside their differences and reconnect with lost voters. Plus John McDonnell on tackling tax avoidance. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Should economists share the blame for populism? – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Feb 23, 2017


    Heather Stewart is joined by Andrew Lilico, Ann Pettifor, Jonathan Portes, Rachel Reeves and Vince Cable for an extended discussion at a Guardian Live event in London. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Trump's Russia links, byelections preview and the Brexit bill – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Feb 16, 2017


    Rowena Mason is joined by Helen Pidd, Julian Coman and Alan Renwick to discuss the forthcoming byelections in the Labour-held seats of Copeland and Stoke-on-Trent. Plus Luke Harding on what we know about Donald Trump’s links with Russia. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • The role of the EU parliament – Brexit podcast
    Wed, Feb 15, 2017


    Guy Verhofstadt, the EU parliament’s chief negotiator tells us that Britain will not be allowed to get a better deal than it currently has from the EU in the coming Brexit talks. Plus Labour MEP Richard Corbett and our Brussels bureau chief Daniel Boffey describe how the EU parliament will hope to shape Brexit. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • The housing crisis, the Brexit bill and the French election – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Feb 09, 2017


    Heather Stewart is joined by Polly Toynbee, Ryan Shorthouse and John Healey to discuss the passage of the Brexit bill through the Commons and the government’s new housing strategy. Plus we hear from Labour’s leader in the Lords, Baroness Smith, and Angelique Chrisafis on the French election. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • MPs back Brexit and Trump's travel ban – Politics Weekly podcast
    Fri, Feb 03, 2017


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Kate Andrews, Sonia Sodha and Owen Jones in a week where the government’s short Brexit bill cleared its first parliamentary hurdle. Plus a chaotic travel ban instigated by Donald Trump drew worldwide protests – but should Britain cancel his forthcoming state visit?. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Trump, May and the Brexit bill – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Jan 26, 2017


    Rowena Mason is joined by Rafael Behr, Ros Taylor and Tom Clark to discuss how parliament will divide on the government’s Brexit bill and what to expect from Theresa May’s visit to the White House. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Theresa May's Brexit wishlist – Politics Weekly podcast
    Wed, Jan 18, 2017


    Anushka Asthana is joined in Westminster by Hugo Dixon, Heather Stewart and Jonathan Isaby to discuss Theresa May’s list of negotiating positions ahead of Brexit talks with the EU. We hear from Labour’s shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer and from two MPs on the Brexit committee: Labour’s Seema Malhotra and John Whittingdale of the Conservatives. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • The rights of EU citizens in the UK – Brexit podcast
    Mon, Jan 16, 2017


    Jon Henley is joined by Lisa O’Carroll, Nicolas Hatton, Andrew Tingley and Jakub Krupa to discus the future rights of EU citizens currently living in the UK in the build up to this year’s Brexit negotiations. Plus we hear from former Vote Leave chair Gisela Stuart who calls on the government to act now to guarantee residency rights for EU nationals in Britain. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Relaunches and resolutions from Corbyn to May – Politics Weekly podcast
    Tue, Jan 10, 2017


    Heather Stewart is joined by John Harris, Anne Perkins and Max Wind-Cowie to discuss the new year speeches from Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn. Plus Conservative MP Maria Miller on the representation of women in parliament and Henry McDonald on the crisis in the Northern Ireland assembly. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Deciphering Article 50 – Brexit means... podcast
    Tue, Dec 20, 2016


    Jon Henley is joined by Jolyon Maugham, Philip Syrpis, Jennifer Rankin and Owen Bowcott to discuss the legal challenges to the government’s use of Article 50, and how the EU will interpret the Lisbon Treaty’s exit mechanism in the coming negotiations. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • A year of Brexit – Politics Weekly podcast live
    Thu, Dec 15, 2016


    Anushka Asthana and Heather Stewart host a live podcast event in London looking back at a political year dominated by Brexit. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Brexit at the supreme court and the Casey review – Politics Weekly podcast
    Wed, Dec 07, 2016


    Anushka Asthana hears from former attorney general Dominic Grieve on the supreme court Brexit hearings and from the SNP’s Stephen Gethins. Plus: following a major report on integration we hear from Shaista Gohir, Sunder Katwala, Phoebe Griffith and Labour’s Chuka Umunna. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • The Story So Far – Brexit Means... Podcast
    Tue, Dec 06, 2016


    Introducing ‘Brexit Means ...’ our new in-depth Brexit podcast with the Guardian’s European affairs correspondent Jon Henley. In this first episode we look back at the brief history of Brexit: from David Cameron’s fateful promise to hold an ‘in/out’ referendum to Theresa May’s tautologous mantra that ‘Brexit means Brexit’. Please support our work and help us keep the world informed. To fund us, go to http://gu.com/give/podcast

  • Labour's Ukip problem – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Dec 01, 2016


    Heather Stewart hears from Labour’s shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer on protecting the rights of EU nationals in Britain. Plus Robert Ford on the new Ukip leader Paul Nuttall, Jessica Elgot in Richmond Park and Stephanie Kirchgaessner on Italy’s referendum. With James Morris, Rafael Behr and Anne Perkins

  • The Brexit black hole – Politics Weekly podcast
    Wed, Nov 23, 2016


    Anushka Asthana in Westminster picks through Philip Hammond’s first Autumn Statement with Heather Stewart, James Plunkett and Andrew Gimson. Plus Rachel Reeves and Alison McGovern vow to continue the work of their friend and colleague Jo Cox , whose murderer was jailed for life this week

  • Prosecco, Brexit and the Trump transition – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Nov 17, 2016


    Heather Stewart is joined by Ian Dunt, Rowena Mason and Matthew D’Ancona to discuss the government’s tight-lipped approach to Brexit

  • America elects Donald Trump - Politics Weekly podcast
    Wed, Nov 09, 2016


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Gary Younge, Randeep Ramesh, Hannah Peaker and Mona Chalabi to discuss the election of Donald Trump as 45th president of the United States. As reaction pours in from around the world, we look at what powers he’ll have and why the polls got it so wrong Become a Guardian supporter or make a contribution

  • US election and Brexit's article 50 court case – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Nov 03, 2016


    Heather Stewart is joined by Jonathan Freedland, Hadley Freeman and Martin Kettle to discuss the US presidential election and the high court’s ruling against the government that parliament must be involved in the article 50 process of leaving the EU High court says parliament must vote on triggering article 50 – Politics live

  • Heathrow third runway and Calais camp demolition – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Oct 27, 2016


    Rowena Mason is joined by Esther Addley, Julian Glover and Gwyn Topham to discuss the government’s decision to approve a new runway at Heathrow airport. It’s led to cabinet splits and the resignation of a Tory MP, but will it actually happen? Plus Angelique Chrisafis on the dismantling of the refugee camp in Calais

  • Brussels talks Brexit (briefly) – Politics Weekly podcast
    Fri, Oct 21, 2016


    Anushka Asthana is in Brussels this week where Theresa May marks her 100th day in office at an EU summit. As Brexit looms over her whole premiership, we hear from Tory MEP Syed Kamall on how the prime minister should engage with the EU institutions. Plus: Jennifer Rankin, John Stevens and Florence Autret discuss the summit and Paul Lewis in Nevada reviews the final US presidential debate

  • Brexit fears send pound tumbling – Politics Weekly podcast
    Thu, Oct 13, 2016


    Heather Stewart hears from Vince Cable, Larry Elliott, Catherine Colebrook and Rafael Behr on Brexit and the tumbling value of the pound. Plus Ed Miliband on parliament’s role in Brexit and Labour MP Chi Onwurah on the party’s reshuffle

  • Brexit Britain: Theresa May's plan – Politics Weekly podcast
    Wed, Oct 05, 2016


    Anushka Asthana is joined by Rowena Mason, Andrew Gimson, John Crace and Deborah Mattinson at the Conservative party conference in Birmingham. The new prime minister set out her timetable for Brexit and set out her vision for Britain that ‘works for everyone’

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