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Two men who’ve been at the heart of the political world - former Downing Street Director of Communications and Strategy Alastair Campbell and cabinet minister Rory Stewart - join forces from across the political divide. The Rest Is Politics lifts the lid on the secrets of Westminster, offering an insider’s view on politics at home and abroad, while bringing back the lost art of disagreeing agreeably. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
The PES podcast has the latest exciting news on the work of the Public Employment Services (PES) in the EU. The monthly podcasts are produced by the European PES Network. PES experts and researchers discuss a current labour market topic for everyone with an interest in the European labour market.
 
Orignally written as a series of newspaper articles in 1847, Wage-Labour and Capital was intended to give a short overview, for popular consumption, of Marx’s central threories regarding the economic relationships between workers and capitalists. These theories outlined include the Marxian form of the Labour Theory of Value, which distinguishes “labour” from “labour-power”, and the Theory of Concentration of Capital, which states that capitalism tends towards the creation of monopolies and t ...
 
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Not Enough Champagne

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Not Enough Champagne

Cory Hazlehurst and Steve Haynes

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Come for the political analysis, stay for the bad jokes and wrong predictions. Not Enough Champagne is run by Steve Haynes, who in a previous life was a Parliamentary Candidate for the Liberal Democrats, and Cory Hazlehurst, a Labour activist who has written about politics for the New Statesman. We try to work out what the hell is going on with British Politics and take a step back to shed new light on issues most news outlets don't talk about.
 
A Podcast of Mothers' stories of childbirth. Weekly interviews with mothers giving their first hand accounts of child birth in Australia. Designed to help educate and inform first time pregnant women, parents wanting to have better subsequent births and birth enthusiasts who love to hear and tell birth stories. An entertaining and heartfelt resource for pregnancy, labour and delivery and postpartum.
 
Has the internet created a virtual labour market for new kinds of services? Does connectivity now allow job-seekers from the Global South, young people from low-income countries, to grow rich online? Did this help overcome the borders that have separated rich from poor? If not, might the Metaverse now create this new market space in the cloud? Are online labour platforms becoming immersive labour markets with equal access for all? I discuss these questions in conversations with online worker ...
 
Peace & Justice Project presents... 'Peace & Justice Podcast', hosted by Jeremy Corbyn. A six-part series in which founder of the Peace & Justice Project and former Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, meets with a wide range of campaigners, political figures and special guests to discuss the issues of the day and historical struggles.
 
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Comradio

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Comradio

Second Row Socialists

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Comradio is a fast paced, humour-sprinkled, pop culture-smattered but thoughtful politics podcast from a socialist and anarchist-friendly perspective. From geopolitics to the Labour Party, LGBTQ+ content to supporting union and community causes worldwide, sex work to left theory and history.
 
Enter one of the most bitter labour disputes in Canadian history. The plan to extract the last gold from a once booming mine in Canada’s North pits a shrewd new president against an increasingly agitated workforce in a clash that divides a city, and descends in to violence and murder. Host Rachel Zelniker lays bare the lingering impact and hard lessons when a conflict spirals out of control. More episodes coming September 21, 2022
 
The podcast for lazy, smart people. We analyse news, culture and memes, so you don't have to. This podcast is a labour of love -- support our work via Patreon or hit the Paypal button on our Soundcloud: https://www.patreon.com/Msinformed Subscribe to our newsletter via the link below: https://msinformed.substack.com/ Brought to you by Rina Grob and Madhvi Ramani
 
Perspectives, the podcast of legal news from the business world. In each episode, our lawyers and their guests discuss the impact of many legal issues on business. From litigation to labour law to the environment to cyber security, they explore and examine legal developments across Canada and around the world.
 
Guardian political columnist John Harris hosts a cast of voices from up and down the country as well as across the political spectrum to analyse the week’s political news. For US Politics with Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland, make sure to search 'Politics Weekly America' wherever you get your podcasts
 
OHbaby! magazine brings you the OHbaby! Empowered Parents Podcast. We're bringing our experts to you with advice you can trust, so you can feel empowered through your parenting journey. Sharing interviews and personal stories from real parents and industry experts on everything you need to know about pregnancy, labour, birth, baby and beyond. We're talking baby sleep, breastfeeding, parenting, baby care, feeding baby, feeding toddlers, mama life, mindfulness, looking after mama and papa and ...
 
Hosts Zoe Williams (@zoesqwilliams) and Luke Cooper (@lukecooper100) are joined by guests with a left take on Brexit, Europe and more. Surveying the big transformative ideas of the age, interrogating the tough questions, and opening up new horizons radical thinking and policy, the Another Europe podcast confounds the expectation that 'pro-Europeans' just want to defend the status quo. Brought to you by the Another Europe Is Possible campaign, the podcast is a vital tonic for those despairing ...
 
Becoming an employer does not come with a manual. Whether you're having a hard time keeping it together or need a little kick in the pants, this podcast will help. Get understandable and practical advice on how to deal with all aspects of the employment relationship from explaining labour laws, tackling dispute resolution and navigating compliance.
 
The Open Labour Podcast presented by James Gibson and Tom Hinchcliffe, speaking with key activists from across our movement. Episodes available now! Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
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A new deal for our police to share data with law enforcement agencies in Europe is being questioned after it was revealed the European Union's data protection watchdog is sueing police agencies for the mass processing of the personal data of people with no links to criminal activity. New Zealand police knew about the controversy when they did a dea…
 
The Education Ministry is planning to fund 350 fewer teachers next year as a result of falling student numbers. The Ministry has based its funding on forecast student enrolments for 2023, and much of the decline will be in primary and intermediate schools. While it's a small chunk of the 45,000 teaching workforce, Principals Federation president Ch…
 
Children's Commissioner Judge Frances Eivers says it should be mandatory for Oranga Tamariki to investigate every report of suspected child abuse. It comes after the Chief Ombudsman released a scathing report saying the agency failed to take action when concerns were raised about the safety of five-year-old Malachi Subecz, who was last year murdere…
 
The Official Cash Rate has been lifted for the eighth consecutive time, up 50 basis points to three-point-five percent. The hike was expected as the Reserve Bank attempts to combat rising inflation. Infometrics chief forecaster Gareth Kiernan says he has some concerns about the messaging coming from the Reserve Bank. He says the statements are focu…
 
Former National MP Jami-Lee Ross has been cleared of fraud charges that emerged out of an investigation he sparked four years ago. Ross was charged with obtaining by deception after dropping bombshell allegations National broke electoral donation laws. He's now walked away from the case - acquitted of any criminal activity - while three of his co-d…
 
The Finance Minister won't rule out tax cuts before returning the government books to surplus. The government posted a better than expected financial result yesterday with a $9.7 billon deficit. The National Party has proposed a policy of tax cuts if elected next year. Grant Robertson told Morning Report it would announce its policies for the elect…
 
Christchurch's Banks Peninsula has been dealt with another round of extreme weather with a significant coating of snow falling overnight. Twenty centimetres of snow has fallen in the higher areas, and smaller amounts have settled down to sea level. Sandie Stewart is a farmer in Goughs Bay, one of the eastern-most points of the peninsula. People in …
 
Metservice says the worst of the cold snap is hitting the southern and eastern areas of the country. Snow has fallen from Invercargill up to the Desert Road in the Central North Island. In Christchurch snow is down to sea level. There is snow in Wairarapa and there have been snow flurries in Wellington. Christchurch reporter Adam Burns spoke to Cor…
 
The country has well and truly moved into a second surge of cold air in an unusual spring cold snap. Snow has fallen in some areas of the South Island and some coastal areas have received a dusting as well. Freezing southerlies are making air temperatures feel below zero in Christchurch and Wellington. NIWA meteorologist Chris Brandolino spoke to S…
 
Staff at Oranga Tamariki have voted to take industrial action over low wages and unsafe workloads. It comes as a major Ombudsman report found the state agency failed to do even a bare minimum to prevent the death of five-year-old Malachi Subecz, who was murdered by his carer last year. Public Service Association lead national organiser Joe McRory s…
 
Billionaire Elon Musk has apparently changed his mind about buying Twitter, again, and is now willing to proceed with his takeover of the social media platform. In a letter to the firm, Mr Musk agreed to pay the price he offered months ago before trying to quit the deal. The surprise reversal comes just weeks before the two sides were due in court.…
 
A snow warning for Remutaka Hill Road could cause mass disruption for Wellington commuters. Metlink had replaced trains with buses this week for planned maintenance - but if Remutaka Hill Road is forced to close for snow, buses will be stuck on either side. A snowfall warning will be in place on the road until this afternoon. Metlink's general mana…
 
On today's First Up pod - Nick Truebridge in for Nathan this week: UK Prime Minister Liz Truss pledges to get the country through its current economic turmoil; our deputy prime minister Grant Robertson discusses the better-than-expected state of the government's books; a major new study has raised serious questions about the safety of our national …
 
It's a snowy start in Dunedin this morning, with a heavy downfall expected until nine o'clock. A second Antarctic front has brought a fresh flurry overnight, falling across the Southern and Eastern coasts of the South Island. Just a month ago a thick coating of snow caused more than thirty car crashes around Ōtepoti. Dunedin mayor Aaron Hawkins spo…
 
The usual sights of lambs and flowers blossoming for spring has been swapped out for snow this morning for farmers in many places. The late season polar blast hit Southland yesterday, but Wairarapa coast is next in line. Snow fell in the region overnight, giving farmers something else to worry about on top of already sodden pastures. David Hayes is…
 
A polar blast hitting southern and eastern areas of the country has dumped snow from Invercargill up to the Desert Road in the central North Island. Metservice has been forecasting up to 15 centimetres of snow in the South overnight, on top of what fell yesterday - and possibly falling to sea level in Christchurch, Wellington and Wairarapa. This co…
 
Liz Truss used her first conference speech as leader of the Conservative party to try to reassert herself. Did she manage it? The Guardian’s Gaby Hinsliff is joined by political editor Pippa Crerar and Gavin Barwell, former chief of staff to Theresa May, to find out. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
We speak with the Fiji opposition People's Alliance Party leader Sitiveni Rabuka about his party being investigated by the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption; With Samoa and Vanuatu both expressing concerns about a labour drain from participating in labour mobility schemes we speak with a researcher about some of the issues arising from…
 
Former rugby players are 2 and a half times more likely to develop degenerative brain disease and 15 times more likely to get motor neuron disease than the general public. These were the findings of a major new study from Glasgow University and Queen Elizabeth University Hospital which looked at more than 400 Scottish former international players c…
 
Treasury's audit of the government's books released yesterday found things in a better state than had been anticipated given the massive Covid spend and the global volatility affecting markets. Final accounts for the year ended June show a deficit of 9.7 billion dollars compared with forecasts in May of a deficit of more than 19 billion, and the pr…
 
Please join us to introduce Christine Elliott, former Deputy Premier and Minister of Health in Ontario who has recently joined Fasken. As Ontario – and every other jurisdiction – tackles the task of understanding the lessons learned over the past two and one half years and the appropriate balance between continuity, innovation and change in our hea…
 
Nicola Rollock, Professor of Social Policy and Race at King's College London and an expert on racial justice, has a book out, The Racial Code: Tales of Resistance and Survival. in which she explores the hidden rules of race and racism, how they maintain the status quo, the pain and cost of navigating everyday racism and how to truly achieve racial …
 
Thirty years since its last makeover, Te Aroha's historic and prized Coulter Bridge is finally getting a paint job, thanks to a band of local volunteers helmed by Matamata Piako mayor Ash Tanner. Coulter Bridge in Te Aroha was built in 1928 and named after Robert Coulter, a former mayor of Te Aroha for 20 years. It spans the Waihou River and connec…
 
In episode 342 I talk to Casey about her three caesarean births. Casey’s story really highlights the importance of listening to your intuition, advocating for yourself and seeking continuity of care. In her first pregnancy, she entered the third trimester with migraines and persistent vomiting. After presenting to hospital for the second time, she …
 
Melbourne-based perfume reviewer Marcelo Oillataguerre is a wellspring of knowledge when it comes to fragrance. He has a passion for niche perfumes, which are perfumes made by hand and sold in small quantities, and runs the popular YouTube channel The Niche Fragrance Collector. Marcelo joins the show to share some tips on picking a long-lasting fra…
 
An estimated 130 million pieces of space debris are travelling in orbit at speeds of thousands of kilometres per hour. And to date, not a single piece has been recovered from space successfully. But several methods are in development to reduce the overpopulation of Earth's orbit by man-made debris. Professor emeritus Ralph Cooney joins the show to …
 
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