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95. The future of Israel with Daniel Levy
In this very special episode of the Progressive Britain podcast, Stefan Rollnick speaks to the president of the U.S Middle East Project, and previous Israeli negotiator with Palestine, Daniel Levy. They talk about what Zionism means to him, why the Israeli left is struggling to make itself heard, and how this fits into Labour’s antisemitism…
94. Fighting for nature with Paul Powlesland
Henna meets Paul Powlesland, barrister and Extinction Rebellion activist, for the second of our summer interviews, where they discuss everything from his beginnings as a young Tory, to convincing BP to save the planet, and how to advocate for the rights of ancient trees. Learn more: *Lawyers for Nature *Extinction Rebellion
93. Refugees welcome here with Lord Alf Dubs and Cllr Stephen Cowan
Henna and Stefan are joined by Lord Alf Dubs and Cllr Stephen Cowan to discuss campaigning for the rights of refugees and asylum seekers, why we should always be hopeful in our politics, and why we should all move to the People’s Republic of Hammersmith and Fulham.
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