Old school debate – politicians talking like real people, not party robots. Matt Chorley is joined by Tory MP James Cleverly, Labour MP Emma Reynolds and SNP MP Stewart McDonald to debate the future of the Labour Party, Theresa May’s impossible job and whether the SNP have peaked.
A quick run down of the stories that made it onto Alan’s Antics This week. The full stories and more from Alan & the other contributors released each Friday at 5pm on Radiofreeuk.org or you can hear the 24/7 stream any time anywhere at radiofreeuk.weebly.org & tunein too!
This week’s Podcast is a personal memory from Jakethewriter, Blogger, Travel Writer, Journalist and Author who thinks he is getting soft in his old age. It’s a bit late for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder This is a fairly short blog because I have had a certain amount of difficulty writing it.
There has been the usual chatter this week about education, grammar schools and school uniforms. Are we to take it that the diminutive oxygen thieves are back in their holding pens, giving much needed respite for their forlorn progenitors?
Great interview! Would you like to get into the weed business? Have I got a law firm for you! I interview Abe Cohn. He is the COO of THC Legal Group, a Cannabis practice area of Howard M. Cohn & Associates. Abe’s personal interest in cannabis stems from a fiercely libertarian conception of the role...
On this episode of Last Orders, our podcast on all things nanny state, Tom Slater, Chris Snowdon and Rob Lyons discuss the government’s obesity strategy, what our Theresa May’s government will mean for lifestyle freedom, and the snobbery of the war on booze.
Both of the old political parties are telling us that we cannot be sure if the voting process is honest. I say, let’s believe them. The American republic is at a tipping point; we can no longer trust our institutions. Now what?
They won’t let it lie. Tomorrow is the Twat Parade; the Malcontents’ March for Europe. Arch idiot and old woman impersonator, Eddie Izzard, along with a company of hand-wringing useful idiots will attempt, by the power of looking childish, chanting …