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Twice a week the New Statesman politics team - Stephen Bush, Anoosh Chakelian and Ailbhe Rea - discuss the latest in UK politics. From Boris Johnson's latest battle with backbenchers to the machinery behind the Labour Party's opposition attack lines, this is the debrief you need to understand what's really happening in Westminster and beyond. New episodes Tuesday and Friday. Send your questions at youaskus.co.uk.
 
In this special New Statesman podcast series we expand on our New Times issue which identifies the political, economic and philosophical shifts shaping our society. The series will feature special guests and New Statesman's staff giving their view on what lies ahead for Labour and the left. Guests include Vince Cable, Phil Collins, Neal Lawson and Ros Wynne-Jones.
 
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Jeremy Cliffe is joined by Michael Miebach, Chair and Co-Founder of Das Progressive Zentrum, and Constanze Stelzenmüller of the Brookings Institution to discuss the future of German politics after Angela Merkel steps down. This episode was recorded live at the Progressive Governance Summit. The New Statesman was proud to be a media partner and host…
 
As Boris Johnson and Joe Biden meet for their first bilateral summit ahead of the G7, Stephen and Ailbhe discuss the impact the US President could have on the UK's attitude to the Northern Ireland protocol. Then, in You Ask Us, they take your question on the government's culture war strategy. If you'd like to submit a question for You Ask Us, pleas…
 
Ahead of the Speaker's decision on holding a vote over the planned cuts to the UK foreign aid budget, Anoosh, Stephen and Ailbhe discuss the coalition of Conservative rebels who could make life difficult for the Treasury. Then, in You Ask Us, they take your questions on the Prime Minister's religion: does it matter that Boris Johnson is a Catholic?…
 
Ahead of the G7 summit starting on June 11, Jeremy Cliffe in Berlin and Emily Tamkin in Washington DC are joined by Rachel Rizzo, Director of Programmes at the Truman Center, to discuss what Joe Biden will be bringing to the table at his first multilateral talks since taking office. They also look ahead to the US President's first bilateral meeting…
 
Stephen Bush and Anoosh Chakelian discuss the acquittal of two former police officers charged with perverting the course of justice by allegedly altering police statements to an inquiry after the Hillsborough disaster. Now a judge has ruled there was 'no case to answer' since the inquiry was 'an administrative exercise' and the accused were not und…
 
On 11th June, Britain hosts the G7 summit. In this episode Jeremy Cliffe and Emily Tamkin are joined by the New Statesman's special correspondent Harry Lambert to discuss the role a post-Brexit UK plays in global affairs. Then, in You Ask Us, they take your questions on what's at stake for Britain at the G7. If you'd like to submit a question for Y…
 
As Westminster reels from Dominic Cummings' excoriating critique of the government's pandemic response, unleashed with full force during Wednesday's marathon select committee hearing, Stephen, Anoosh and Ailbhe dissect the former senior adviser's claims. Then, in You Ask Us, they take your questions on whether the civil service – so maligned by Cum…
 
As Westminster braces for Dominic Cummings' appearance at the Health and Science select committee over the Government's handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, Anoosh, Stephen and Ailbhe discuss whether his claims - previewed in a rambling, 50-tweet thread - are worrisome... or, indeed, surprising. Then in You Ask Us, they take your questions on why Liz…
 
David Miliband, President of the International Rescue Committee and former UK Foreign Secretary, joins Emily Tamkin and Ido Vock to discuss the impact of Covid-19 on the global hunger crisis. They also discuss the role of multilateral talks in the handling of future global crisis, the global Covid-19 vaccination programme and the latest development…
 
Keir Starmer's approval ratings dipped this week into dangerous territory - falling below both David Cameron's and Ed Miliband's after the same time in office. On this episode, Stephen and Anoosh discuss why the Labour leader should be concerned about this, and what the party should do about it. Then, in You Ask Us, they take your questions on whet…
 
As lockdown restrictions ease in England, Wales and much of Scotland, the country is grappling with a new variant of Covid-19. On this episode, Anoosh, Stephen and Ailbhe discuss the messaging around unlocking and how the spread of the Indian variant exposes the government's shortcomings. Then, in You Ask Us, they take your questions on what the ne…
 
Jeremy Cliffe and Emily Tamkin are joined by political scientist Tarik Abou-Chadi to explore the plight of social democratic parties in Europe. In You Ask Us, they take listener questions on overlooked social democratic successes in Europe. Read more: Jeremy Cliffe: the British Left's electoral woes are part of a Europe-wide trend. Tony Blair: with…
 
Jeremy Cliffe and Emily Tamkin are joined by Dimi Reider and Ido Vock to discuss the escalating violence in Israel and Gaza. Read more: Dimi Reider on why Netanyahu and Hamas both risk losing control of the conflict Emily Tamkin on the international reaction to the crisis Ido Vock on the backdrop to the violence Anshel Pfeffer on how the Palestinia…
 
Reunited in the studio for the first time in over a year, Anoosh, Stephen and Ailbhe discuss Tony Blair's dramatic Labour Party intervention in which he claims that 'without total change, Labour will die'. In You Ask Us, the team take your questions on whether the Greens can become the third party in UK politics. If you'd like to submit a question …
 
In the second of two episodes looking at the results of the May 6 elections, Stephen, Anoosh and Ailbhe are joined by Chris Deerin to dissect the consequences of the results in Scotland. In You Ask Us, they're joined by polling expert Ben Walker to discuss the wider picture of the local votes around the UK. In the first part of this double episode,…
 
As the dust settles on Keir Starmer's mystifying reshuffle of the Labour party following the local elections, Stephen, Anoosh and Ailbhe discuss what it all means. In an extended 'You Ask Us' they take on as many listener questions as possible from the deluge the New Statesman received in the wake of the election results. This is part one of a two-…
 
On 6th May, Mamata Banerjee was sworn as Chief Minister of West Bengal for a third term after leading her party to a landslide victory in the State elections against India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). In this episode of World Review from the New Statesman, Jeremy Cliffe and Emily Tamkin are joined by Dr. Mukulika Banerjee of the London Sc…
 
As the UK heads to the polls on 'Super Thursday', Anoosh, Stephen and Ailbhe discuss the things they are most interested to learn from this wide-ranging vote. Then, in You Ask Us, they take your questions on whether Labour are setting out a positive view of their plans for the UK. If you'd like to submit a question for You Ask Us, please email podc…
 
Chris Deerin hosts the fourth and final special Scottish Election episode of the New Statesman podcast, featuring an interview with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and analysis from Ben Walker, Dani Garavelli and the Spectator's Alex Massie. Read Chris Deerin's full interview with Nicola Sturgeon on NewStatesman.com Watch the full conversation with …
 
In January, Jeremy Cliffe and Emily Tamkin made their predictions for world affairs in 2021. In this special live recording of the World Review podcast, Jeremy and Emily review their predictions, and take live audience questions in a special extended 'You Ask Us'. This episode was recorded as part of the Cambridge Literary Festival in partnership w…
 
Anoosh, Stephen and Ailbhe are joined by data journalist Ben Van De Merwe to discuss the New Statesman's exclusive research showing how many years of life the UK has lost to Covid-19. Ailbhe is in Hartlepool where she's been following candidates on the campaign trail in a decidedly 'un-electiony' election. And You Ask Us, who will replace Arlene Fo…
 
Chris Deerin's guest this week is Kate Forbes, SNP Cabinet Secretary for Finance and young star of the independence movement. She responds to the Institute of Fiscal Studies report which claims the manifestos for the May 6th Scottish Parliamentary elections are united by a "lack of credibility". Also, New Statesman polling analyst Ben Walker joins …
 
Stephen Bush, Anoosh Chakelian and Ailbhe Rea address the ongoing public war of words between Boris Johnson and former advisor Dominic Cummings. They discuss allegations (which Number 10 have denied) that the Prime Minister said he'd rather let "bodies pile high in their thousands" than go into a third national lockdown - and why questions over who…
 
In September, Germany will elect a new Chancellor to succeed Angela Merkel after her 16 years in power. In this episode, Jeremy Cliffe in Berlin and Emily Tamkin in Washington DC discuss the state of German politics as the parties prepare for a summer of campaigning ahead of the German general election. To submit a question for 'You Ask Us', please…
 
Can Labour make lasting political capital from Boris Johnson's texts with James Dyson? Stephen Bush and Ailbhe Rea discuss the fallout of leaked texts from the Prime Minister's phone, and whether it is an effective opposition attack line. Then, in You Ask Us, they take your questions on whether we're heading for a poll on a united Ireland. To submi…
 
Chris Deerin, the New Statesman's Scotland editor, hosts a special edition of the New Statesman podcast. In this episode Chris is joined by Ricky Ross and Darren McGarvey, both musicians and activists for the case of Scottish independence, to discuss the state of the independence movement and why so many artists seem to be in favour of a second ref…
 
The announcement that 12 European football clubs intend to form a 'super league' occupied the top of the news agenda for most of the day on Monday. Why does football - a game designed for entertainment, predominantly followed by men - occupy such a significant place in Britain's public discourse? In this episode of the New Statesman podcast, Stephe…
 
While countries including the US and UK impose sanctions on China over anti-democratic reforms in Hong Kong, some commentators argue economic measures have "practically no effect" - and may contribute to anti-Asian sentiments in western countries. In this episode, Jessie Lau joins Jeremy Cliffe and Emily Tamkin to discuss the political gridlock ove…
 
The lobbying scandal rumbles on, enveloping senior civil servants as well as MPs - and Labour are determined to make this a story about 'Tory sleaze'. In this episode Stephen Bush, Anoosh Chakelian and Ailbhe Rea discuss whether public outrage over the story is at a tipping point, and what damage it might do to the Conservative establishment. Then,…
 
The Scottish parliamentary elections are likely to be pivotal for the future of the United Kingdom. So, New Statesman Scotland editor, Chris Deerin, is hosting four bonus episodes in the lead up to the vote on May 6th. Chris will be joined by some familiar voices from the New Statesman team, as well as guests from the world of Scottish politics. In…
 
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