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The Progressive Britain Podcast on Conservative party conference

54. Living below the line

Summer holiday hunger. The universal credit saga. Why do we see more people facing acute poverty and hunger, and what can we do to tackle it Alison McGovern and Stephanie Lloyd are joined by Garry Lemon director of...

The Progressive Britain Podcast on Conservative party conference

EXTRA: Universally discredited (revisited)

The Conservatives have woken up to the problems around universal credit – but will they do anything about it? (No.) And a year on from when the #MeToo movement started, why does it seem as though the initial hope of a...

The Progressive Britain Podcast on Conservative party conference

EXTRA: May versus Boris

Conor Pope and Stephanie Lloyd on how Labour came out top in conference season, whether Theresa May’s speech means anything at all, and if austerity is actually over. Click here to listen to the podcast on iTunes...

The Progressive Britain Podcast on Conservative party conference

52. Tories and Brexit: what happens now

What’s going on at the Conservative party conference? Will this Brexit mess ever end? These questions and others discussed by Chair of Progress, Alison McGovern, with Frank McKenna and Tris Brown. Click here to...

The Progressive Britain Podcast on Conservative party conference

Extra: Episode 49 review

Extra: Episode 49 review Conor Pope and Richard Angell discuss the IPPR Prosperity and Justice report, the archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby’s intervention, and the upcoming Progress interview with Ed Miliband. If...

The Progressive Britain Podcast on Conservative party conference

Extra: Episode 48 review

Extra: Episode 48 review Conor Pope and Richard Angell discuss the way communication strategies played out in the NEC elections, and reflect on Michael Foot’s wit.  Further reading: Full...

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