At the turn of the decade nearly 12 months ago, some said that we were on the verge of entering a new Roaring ’20s. How prescient they turned out to be.
One pandemic and a global economic freefall later, all the assumptions we started out with in January have turned to dust. In their place are pressing questions.
Did Boris Johnson’s landslide breathe a new lease of life into the Conservative Party? Has coronavirus changed politics for a decade?
What does the explosive rise of BLM mean for the antiracist cause? Downstream hosts Ash Sarkar and Aaron Bastani are joined by James Butler to discuss the year in review, and what comes next.