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After hearing what the Tories did right to secure their stunning victory at the 2015 general election, Iain Dale talks to Iain Watson, BBC political correspondent and author of 5 Million Conversations: How Labour Lost an Election and Rediscovered its Roots, about what Ed Miliband’s Labour Party did wrong. Watson analyses the lack of strategy and ce…
 
Iain Dale talks to Telegraph journalist and author of Why the Tories Won, Tim Ross. Together they analyse the various tactics and techniques the Tories employed that earned them their overwhelming majority. Ross highlights the efforts of Lynton Crosby in particular as the force behind the Tories’ success, bringing clarity and control to the 2015 ca…
 
Iain Dale talks to Guardian columnist and author Zoe Williams. They debate issues such as the NHS, immigration, the economy and housing from two polar-opposite perspectives. Zoe reflects upon the future of the British Labour Party and the importance of moral integrity over political power. She also talks about her two new books Get It Together: Why…
 
Iain Dale talks to author and journalist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown about her new book Exotic England: The Making of a Curious Nation. Yasmin expands upon her need to address the controversy surrounding what it means to be British, herself a Ugandan Asian who immigrated to the UK in her early 20’s. They go on to discuss her many projects, from her one-wo…
 
Iain Dale talks to renowned broadcaster and journalist Andrew Marr about his latest book Head of State and the reasons behind his move away from non-fiction. He also gives us a little preview into his upcoming release Children of the Master. They discuss Andrew’s reaction to his reviews, both positive and negative, as well as the books he shall be …
 
Iain Dale talks to Damian Barr about his sensational memoir Maggie & Me. Published the week of Thatcher’s death, Damian recounts a story of abuse and ostracism set in the hard times of the 1980s in west Scotland, showing how the decisions of Westminster had an indelible effect on his childhood. Iain and Damian discuss their experiences of coming to…
 
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