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Who is the real Owen Smith?

Jeremy Corbyn today launched his leadership campaign, but who is he up against? Top lobbyist at Pfizer, advocate of privatisation and welfare cuts, Aaron Bastani discovers.


Theresa’s Tories

Aaron Bastani and James Butler discuss Cameron’s legacy, Theresa May’s politics and what, if anything, the Conservative party actually believe.


A Good Day For Democracy

Corbyn was kept on the ballot for the upcoming Labour leadership election, but with very restrictive voting regulations on new members.


Corbyn Makes the Ballot!

As Jeremy Corbyn makes the ballot for the leadership election, following a tense meeting by the Labour Party's NEC (National Executive Committee) Aaron Bastani speaks to James Schneider of Momentum about where the Labour left goes next.


God’s Own Country For Tories

As Cameron steps aside, where better to examine his legacy than in his own constituency in Oxfordshire where county council cuts have destroyed vital public services, putting hundreds of people at risk.

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The Unbearable Whiteness of Brexit

Two weeks on from the referendum Ash Sarkar visits Barking, which voted 62% leave, and looks at the way class and race shape inequality and political disenfranchisement.



On this week's show Aaron Bastani and James Butler discuss this week's attempted coup by the parliamentary Labour Party against Jeremy Corbyn.