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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 in Berlin is joined by Emily Tamkin in Tel Aviv on the morning after the German election to discuss the results. How did Germans vote? Which parties gained and which lost seats? And what does it all mean for the coming coalition talks and the country's next government? You can catch up on the New Statesman's German election night live…
 
Stephen Bush, Ailbhe Rea and Anoosh Chakelian discuss the series of crisis facing the Boris Johnson including gas prices, CO2 shortages and the end of the Universal Credit uplift. Could this could have a lasting impact on the Government? Then in You Ask Us, they answer a listener’s question on why we don’t talk about the Conservative party in terms…
 
Emily Tamkin in Tel Aviv and Ido Vock in Berlin discuss the Australia, UK, US defence pact Aukus with Rory Medcalf, professor and head of the National Security College at the Australian National University. Then in You Ask Us, they answer a listener’s question on what this means for European powers in the region. If you have a question for You Ask …
 
In this final episode of Germany Elects before polling day (Sunday 26 September) we discuss how the election actually works and whether this has been Germany's first "climate election". Host Jeremy Cliffe is joined by World Review's Emily Tamkin to explain the electoral system, the results and possible coalitions, and takes a quick-fire round of Yo…
 
Anoosh Chakelian, Ailbhe Rea and Stephen Bush talk to FT feature writer and author Henry Mance about his new book: How to Love Animals: In a Human-Shaped World They discuss what it was like to work in an abattoir, the evacuation of pets from Afghanistan and what it will take to get real political change when it comes to meat. If you have a question…
 
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has called a snap election. He claims his minority Government needs to win a majority to push through his Covid recovery plans. Critics, however, say the move is a cynical power play. In this episode of World Review, Emily Tamkin in Washington, DC and Ido Vock in Berlin are joined from London by Canadian journ…
 
Stephen Bush, Anoosh Chakelian and Ailbhe Rea discuss Boris Johnson's cabinet reshuffle in which Dominic Raab was demoted to Justice Secretary and Liz Truss became Foreign Secretary. Then, in You Ask Us, they answer listener questions about Stephen's extended interview with Keir Starmer. If you'd like to submit a question for You Ask Us, please ema…
 
In the latest episode of our special series on the German election, Jeremy Cliffe in Berlin is joined by Michaela Kuefner, Chief Political Editor at Deutsche Welle and host of the podcast Merkel’s Last Dance, and Dr. Alex Clarkson of King's College, London. They discuss Angela Merkel’s legacy, how the “Merkel factor” has shaped the election and why…
 
Stephen Bush interviews writer and journalist Jonn Elledge about his new book, The Compendium of (Not Quite) Everything. They discuss the joy of facts, what Stephen keeps on his toilet bookshelf and the best sci-fi and dystopias. Jonn’s book if available from all good book stores from 16 September If you have a question for You Ask Us, email podcas…
 
Jeremy Cliffe in Berlin and Sarah Manavis in London are joined by New Yorker columnist and author Evan Osnos to discuss his new book, Wildland: The Making of America’s Fury and how America has changed since the attacks on New York and Washington. Then in You Ask Us, they answer a listener’s question on whether there could be another Trump or Trump-…
 
Anoosh Chakelian and Ailbhe Rea discuss Boris Johnson’s National Insurance rise to fund the NHS and Social Care and why there was no significant rebellion from Conservative MPs. Then in You Ask Us, they answer a listener’s question on why Labour aren’t calling for a wealth tax. If you have a question for You Ask Us, email podcasts@newstatesman.co.u…
 
Anoosh Chakelian and Ailbhe Rea speak to New Statesman special correspondent Harry Lambert about his cover story on the decline of the Labour party. They talk about the key moments over the last 20 years and whether there’s any sign of any optimism for the party’s future. Then in You Ask Us, they answer a listener’s question about whether manifesto…
 
Emily Tamkin in Washington DC and Ido Vock in Berlin are joined by political analyst and New Statesman contributing writer Bruno Maçães to discuss the political fallout from the withdrawal from Afghanistan Then in You Ask Us, they answer a listener’s question on what the US handling of Afghanistan will mean for the future of the EU. If you have a q…
 
Stephen Bush and Ailbhe Rea discuss their interview with Anneliese Dodds, what she said and didn’t say about her treatment by the party leadership and the strategy for the labour party. Then in You Ask Us, they answer a listener’s question on whether Labour needs to drop the trade union link. If you have a question for You Ask Us, email podcasts@ne…
 
Jeremy Cliffe in Berlin presents a special series from World Review focusing on the German federal election – the runners and riders, the issues and what it means for Germany and beyond. In this episode we look at the surprise front runner to succeed Angela Merkel: Olaf Scholz. Tarik Abou-Chadi, associate professor of European politics at Nuffield …
 
Stephen Bush interviews Tom Black and Owen Kingston, the writer and director of the interactive political play Crisis What Crisis, which gives the audience the chance to see if they could have survived the winter of discontent better than the Callaghan government. They discuss the perils of making interactive theatre for a knowledgable audience, wh…
 
Emily Tamkin in Washington DC and Ido Vock in Berlin talk to Ted Johnson, senior fellow at the Brennan Centre for Justice on the fight to protect voting rights in the US. They discuss the attempts to pass new voting rights legislation and whether this is the right time for the Democrats to end the filibuster and allow the senate to pass bills with …
 
Ailbhe Rea speaks to journalist and author Marie Le Conte about the life of a diary columnist, the gossip that keeps westminster running, and how to write a book in a global pandemic. Marie's new book Honourable Misfits is out now. If you have a question for You Ask Us, email podcasts@newstatesman.co.uk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out…
 
Stephen Bush interviews economist, journalist, and author Duncan Weldon on his new book Two Hundred Years of Muddling Through. They talk through the lessons learned, and not learned from British political and economic history, whether the response to the pandemic will be a turning point in UK politics, and why writing a book is a bit like having a …
 
Jeremy Cliffe in Berlin and Emily Tamkin in Washington DC are joined by the BBC’s World Affairs Editor, John Simpson to discuss the US withdrawal from Afghanistan and the fall of Kabul to the Taliban. They talk about the country’s history of rapid takeovers, the failings of the US and allies and what life is like in Afghanistan under Taliban rule. …
 
Stephen Bush and Anoosh Chakelian discuss the Afghanistan crisis and the governments refugee scheme, and why MPs from all sides of the house were giving the government a hard time. Then in You Ask Us, they answer listeners' quesitons on whether the situation could really have been handled differently, and how party supporters split on what should h…
 
Jeremy Cliffe in Berlin presents a special series from World Review focusing on the German federal election – the runners and riders, the issues and what it means for Germany and beyond. In this episode we look at Germany’s place in the world and the role foreign policy will play in the election. We speak to polling experts Dr Liana Fix and Julia G…
 
The legendary writer, satirist and broadcaster Armando Iannucci joins the New Statesman Podcast to co-host four special episodes. In these shows, Iannucci explores areas of British politics that he believes are broken, and is joined by guests from inside and outside Westminster to discuss how politics could be better. In episode four, Iannucci and …
 
Emily Tamkin in Washington DC and Ido Vock in London are joined by New Statesman contributing writer Nick Burns to discuss the political situation in Brazil. They talk about how Lula might be returning to power and what the reaction has been from the Bolsonaro regime. Then in You Ask Us, they take a listeners question on what a Lula victory might m…
 
Anoosh Chakelian and Ailbhe Rea discuss the pandemic affected A Level and GCSE results and why Labour have chosen now to call for Gavin Williamson's sacking. Then in You Ask Us, they answer a listeners question on whether climate change will ever become a major issue at general elections. If you have a question for You Ask Us email podcasts@newstat…
 
The legendary writer, satirist and broadcaster Armando Iannucci joins the New Statesman Podcast to co-host four special episodes. In these shows, Iannucci explores areas of British politics that he believes are broken, and is joined by guests from inside and outside the Westminster machine to discuss how politics could be better. In episode three, …
 
Emily Tamkin in Washington DC and Ido Vock in Berlin are joined by Belarusian journalist Tadeusz Giczan to discuss the situation in Belarus after the athlete Krystina Timanovskaya evaded an apparant kidnap attempt by the regime after criticising her olympic commitee after a muxup during the Tokyo 2020 olympics. As she arrives in Poland on a humanit…
 
Stephen Bush and Anoosh Chakelian discuss David Liddington's three ways Brexit could have been stopped and why none of them were realistic. Then in You Ask Us, they answer a listener's question on whether not engaging with Scottish Independence will make it go away? If you have a question for You Ask Us, email podcast@newstatesman.co.uk See acast.c…
 
Jeremy Cliffe in Berlin presents a new series from World Review focusing on the German Federal Election 2021 – who will be the next chancellor of Germany? We speak to the New Statesman’s Ben Walker as we launch our new german polling tracker – and discuss what to expect from the campaign with Constanze Stelzenmüller, the Fritz Stern chair on German…
 
The legendary writer, satirist and broadcaster Armando Iannucci joins the New Statesman Podcast to co-host four special episodes. In these shows, Armando explores areas of British politics that he believes are broken, and is joined by guests from inside and outside the Westminster machine to discuss how politics could be better. In Episode two, Arm…
 
Historian and economist Adam Tooze joins Jeremy Cliffe in Berlin and Emily Tamkin in Washington, DC to talk about his New Statesman cover story on the West's relationship with China. They talk about who China's allies are and what impact climate change will have on geopolitics. Then in You Ask Us, they take a listener's qustion on how green finance…
 
Ailbhe Rea, Stephen Bush and Anoosh Chakelian discuss Boris Johnson's latest plan to reduce crime and whether the proposals will actually have any impact. Then in You Ask Us, they answer a listeners question on why some in Westminster think there'll be a 2023 election You can send a question for You Ask Us to podcasts@newstatesman.co.uk See acast.c…
 
The legendary writer, satirist and broadcaster Armando Iannucci joins the New Statesman podcast to co-host four special episodes. In these shows, Armando explores areas of British politics that he believes are broken, and is joined by guests from inside and outside the Westminster machine to discuss how politics could be better. In episode one, Arm…
 
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