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Rabina Khan Interview

Aaron Bastani sat down with independent Tower Hamlets mayoral candidate about the demise of Labour in ethnically mixed working class communities.


Farewell to Labour?

On this week's show Aaron Bastani is joined by Sian Berry and James Meadway as they discuss what next for Labour  - and the working class vote - after last week's general election.

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On this week's show Aaron Bastani is joined by Craig McVegas and Adam Ramsay as they discuss the results of the British general election.



On this week's show Aaron Bastani is joined by Ash Sarkar, Wail Qasim and Adam Cooper as the discuss the Baltimore Uprising and the political uses of violence.

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What is deflation and what does it mean for the working class?

by James Meadway

Yesterday the UK went into deflation. George Osborne praised the "good news" while many economists were far more cautious. James Meadway from the New Economics Foundation explains what deflation is and what it means for the economy, wages and the working class.

Journeys into Europe: Causes and Consequences

On this week's show Aaron Bastani is joined by Maham, Mohammed Ateek and Craig McVegas as they discuss the major causes behind undocumented migration into Europe across the Central Mediterranean.

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Ballots, Coups, Consent

On this week's show Aaron Bastani and James Butler discuss the relationship between elections and the deep state in modern Britain.

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The Miserable Dialectic of Optimism and Despair

by Arran James

Many of us are still reeling at the prospect of another five years of the Conservatives, while others are provoked into activity. In the author's words, this short reflection is less of a reaction to the election and more a reaction to the reaction.