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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. October Election Tour - buy tickets: www.aegpresents.co.uk/event/the-rest-is-politics Twitte ...
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This is the podcast for Labour Party members and supporters to help get Labour candidates elected. Each episode I, Dan Greef, will learn more about the candidate and their community plus what issues are coming up on the doorstep.
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“A Muslim & A Jew Go There” is a brand new podcast produced by Instinct Productions, hosted by comedian David Baddiel (author of “Jews Don’t Count”) and politician Sayeeda Warsi (“Muslims Don’t Matter”) who will take on whatever controversy hits the headlines each week, providing context and discussion around current political and cultural events involving and affecting British Muslims and Jews. Covering topics from antisemitism in the Labour party and Islamophobia in the Conservative Party ...
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Hosted by Michael Safi and Helen Pidd, Today in Focus brings you closer to Guardian journalism. Combining personal storytelling with insightful analysis, this podcast takes you behind the headlines for a deeper understanding of the news, every weekday. Today in Focus features journalists such as: Kiran Stacey, Pippa Crerar, Alex Hern, Peter Walker, Luke Harding, Andrew Roth, Shaun Walker and Jim Waterson. The podcast is a topical, deep dive, explainer on a story in the news, covering: curren ...
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This is PoliticsJOE's podcast - the only explicitly anti-nonce podcast in the UK. Reporting on British politics with a sense of humour, the podcast is a recorded version of the conversations we have after work. So pull up a stool, pour yourself a cold one, and laugh through the misery alongside us. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Canadian labour history storytelling podcast, produced by volunteers & staff of the BC Labour Heritage Centre on unceded xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), səl̓ílwətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) territories. Hosted by labour reporter & author Rod Mickleburgh.
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PESPod - the insiders' guide to the EU labour market

Mark Bothe Audioservices, European PES Network, David Poyser

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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.
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A crash course into the issues essential for understanding the word today. For access to full episodes, support to the show at https://www.patreon.com/crashcoursepod Scripting & Presenting: Michael Walker Production & Editing: Lewis Bassett & Patrick Heardman Sound Design: Patrick Heardman Graphic Design: Jacek Zmarz Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Workers’ Liberty fights for socialist revolution, for the labour movement to militantly assert working class interests. Follow us! Find out more, and get involved at https://workersliberty.org • fb.me/workersliberty • twitter.com/workersliberty
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The UK’s flagship daily news podcast from the BBC, Newscast dives into the day’s big stories so you’re never out of your depth. Newscast picks the brains of BBC News experts so you’re ready if someone picks yours, covering the latest developments in politics in Westminster and beyond, what the cost of living means for the money in your pocket and the impact of climate change. Can Rishi Sunak turn the Conservatives fortunes around? Will Sir Keir Starmer and the Labour Party win the next gener ...
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The new podcast from National Rejoin March, hosted by Lisa Burton and Peter Corr! A relaxed and fun chat with the hosts and 2 special guests on each show about various political topics from the UK, the EU and beyond!
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A look into the life of entrepreneurs; the triumphs and tribulations as well as stories of overcoming adversity and grit. A small business specialist shares her views and interviews business owners.
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It Could Be Said

Simon Alvey, Will Cooling and Luke Middup

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Simon Alvey, Will Cooling and Luke Middup talk about whatever they damn well want to. But usually the latest developments in the whacky worlds of British and International Politics
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Peace & Justice Podcast

Peace & Justice Podcast

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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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The CDHI Podcast

C.D. Howe Institute

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Hosted by Michael Hainsworth, the CDHI Podcast is your go-to source for trusted policy intelligence. From energy to healthcare, inflation and the labour market, this podcast is an ongoing in-depth interview series with leading experts on the most critical economic issues affecting Canadians.
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Stay informed about feminist news and culture, the easy way. 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 Theme song by Alejandro Mosso: https://open.spotify.com/artist/4u5Ii39u9AXwZL9mluueZr Subscribe to our newsletter via the link below: https://msinformed.substack.com/ Brought to you by Rina Grob and Madhvi Ramani
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Devpolicy Talks

Development Policy Centre, ANU

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Devpolicy Talks brings you interviews, event recordings and more in-depth documentary features relating to the topics we research at the Development Policy Centre. The Centre, part of the Australian National University’s Crawford School of Public Policy, works on Australian aid, development in Papua New Guinea and the Pacific, and regional and global development issues. It is host to the Devpolicy Blog (devpolicy.org) and a range of public events including the annual PNG Update, Pacific Upda ...
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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.
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The Open Labour Podcast speaking with key activists from across our movement. Episodes available now! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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A podcast discussing Doctor Who-related items, more often than not in threes, whether stories, guests, or anything else. Featuring Big Finish's Kenny Smith, and in the early episodes, regular appearances from Tom Harris (the former Labour MP) and David Steel (not the former Liberal Party MP, MSP and leader). Dave still appears, as do Dr John Bollan and Stephen Day, with Tom fleetingly materialising. We also have a host of great Doctor Who guests using "Kenny's bottomless address book" (c) Da ...
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The Audio Long Read podcast is a selection of the Guardian’s long reads, giving you the opportunity to get on with your day while listening to some of the finest journalism the Guardian has to offer, including in-depth writing from around the world on immigration, crime, business, the arts and much more
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Beth Rigby. Jess Phillips. Ruth Davidson. With polls suggesting trust in politicians is low, three political powerhouses unite to unravel the spin and explain what’s really going on in Westminster and beyond. Every week, they will examine our political leaders and their policies – how they’re written, and how they’re sold to voters – as we prepare for a general election. With so much at stake, they will work out which politicians are coming out on top and who is having an Electoral Dysfuncti ...
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You're not alone on this journey, be it trying to conceive, pregnant, postpartum or wanting to relate to your own children who are now giving birth we have got a story for you. Your host Jordyn talks to Kiwi families about their experiences and brings us all together as a community, let's laugh, cry and celebrate together. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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I was very lucky to be invited to attend the Labour Party launch of the Keir Starmer’s First Six Steps for Change. In this show I highlight some of the speeches given by many of the Labour front bench as well as some comments by some good friends of the show. I also share why every Labour member needs to get familiar with these as we will need this…
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Ms Balnanosienė's journey into the realm of employment services is not just a career choice but a legacy linked to her family history. Reflecting on her roots, she fondly recalls her grandparents, whose dedication to public service instilled in her a passion for helping others and contributing to her country. As she puts it, "New challenges are a g…
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Solidarity 709, 15 May 2024. Articles include: How to change politics Big anti-war protest in Israel Stop Rwanda scheme! Open safe routes for asylum Chance for a new start in PCS Rafah on brink of massacre Yes, Elphicke too right-wing. What about Galloway? Nakba Day: it’s a bit more complicated 15 May: no, nations do not have hereditary guilt 15 Ma…
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On this week's episode, Ed gives us the lowdown from the student encampment at Cambridge University in protest against Israel's attacks on Gaza. Then, we get into the story that's sticking to Keir Starmer like glue: how can Labour be a party of the left while they accept defections from the furthest right factions of the Tory party? Get your ticket…
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Today we take a look at accusations that former Conservative MP Natalie Elphicke lobbied former Lord Chancellor, Sir Robert Buckland, over her then-husband Charlie’s sexual assault case. A spokesman for Ms Elphicke, said the claims were "nonsense". Laura, Paddy and Henry discuss how big a problem it is for the party, and how the story came to light…
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On this week’s Macrodose, James Meadway breaks down: another Labour Party U-Turn as Keir Starmer guts the “New Deal for Workers” (1:47), and a proposed global mining merger - how is the climate crisis reshaping the largest institutions of capitalism (10:47)? A massive thank you to all of our existing Patreon subscribers, your support keeps the show…
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Despite promises of reform, exploitation remains endemic in India’s sandstone industry, with children doing dangerous work for low pay – often to decorate driveways and gardens thousands of miles away. By Romita Saluja. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpodBy The Guardian
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The gender pain gap has been in the news cycle recently with the Victorian government announcing an inquiry into women’s pain. Chantal’s story mirrors the experience of thousands of Australian women; a history of painful periods that had been dismissed. She was diagnosed with stage three endometriosis when she had trouble conceiving naturally. Afte…
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This episode of Kiwi Birth Tales is proudly brought to you by Huggies NZ. In this episode of Kiwi Birth Tales, I speak to Lucie. Some of the topics we cover: Easy journey to pregnancy after Copper IUD Overdue (41+4) Braxton Hicks Expressing Colostrum Spontaneous labour at home Midwife appointment (2cm dilated) Planned Hospital birth 5cm dilated whe…
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Today, we heard from the government and the Labour party about the infected blood scandal - ahead of the inquiry’s final report being published tomorrow. Laura and Henry discuss what defence secretary Grant Shapps had to say about the government’s plan to compensate victims and how much they would be prepared to spend - as well as more on defence s…
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And just like that - boom! - Steven Moffat is back on Doctor Who.The Scottish former showrunner obviously doesn't bear a grudge, since Russell T Davies turned him down when he was asked to come back to the show, and he was back with episode three in series 14/40/one - Boom.Dave, John, Steevie and Kenny share their thoughts on this potentially explo…
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Today, Adam and Laura discuss ‘Project Sunak’, and Laura shares some of the insights she’s heard from people who know and have worked with the Prime Minister about what he’s like behind the scenes - as well as the operation to improve his popularity. And Laura has interviewed Leonid Volkov, a close ally of Alexei Navalny, who was attacked with hamm…
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Insurance company will leverage all available means to deny your claim, but rest assured, we're here to assist you with that. If you have any doubts do not hesitate in contacting us! Go to pocketdisabilitylawyer.ca Have your question answered next week for free by posting it on... https://stlawyers.ca/pocket-disability-lawyer/ https://www.mydisabil…
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Today on the Employment Law Show you learn all about what your rights are after the business you worked for gets sold. They also get into everything you need to know about mitigation. All that and more on this episode of the Employment Law Show. Hosts John Scholes and Chris Justice. For information anytime, call 1-855-821-5900 or go to pocketemploy…
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What's informing Keir Starmer's policy? From the NHS to water, why are Britain's services failing? And, why is Britain the second-most mentally unwell country in the world? Journalist and activist George Monbiot believes he knows the answer: neoliberalism. Oli spoke to him about his new book, The Invisible Doctrine, which locates Britain's perma-cr…
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This Episode has already aired previously. Facing and accident can change your entire life. You don't want to take the blame for something it wasn't your fault. Get the compensation you deserve. Go to pocketdisabilitylawyer.ca Have your question answered next week for free by posting it on... https://stlawyers.ca/pocket-disability-lawyer/ https://w…
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Today, we look at Russian President Vladimir Putin’s state visit to China, where he met with Chinese President Xi Jinping. Putin, on his first foreign visit since being sworn in for a fifth term as president last week, was greeted with a rare hug from Xi Jinping before the leaders met to discuss trade between their two countries. Adam discusses the…
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On 14 May 2024, the Australian government delivered its first budget since the release of the 2023 international development policy and DFAT’s review of development finance. Professor Stephen Howes and Dr Cameron Hill expand on Devpol's 2024 budget breakfast to give an update on recent developments in aid volume and performance, plus upcoming multi…
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After the Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer set out what Labour would do if it wins the election, Beth Rigby, Jess Phillips and Ruth Davidson discuss the six key policies that have been unveiled. They also talk about the major speech made by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak at the beginning of the week and debate whether the election campaign has really sta…
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What was it like to visit Michael Cohen behind bars? Why is it almost impossible for Trump to go to jail? How many good working hours does Joe Biden have a day? Join Anthony and Katty for episode 4 of TRIP US, as they answer all these questions and more. 🌏 Get our exclusive NordVPN deal here ➼ https://nordvpn.com/restispolitics It’s risk-free with …
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Jacqui and Grant reunite as Iain holidays in Aberdeen with Fiona Bruce. They discuss Keir Starmer's 'first steps', Rishi Sunak's warning of a dangerous world, suspension from the Commons at arrest rather than charge, the fallout from Natalie Elphicke's defection, Baroness Hazarika getting a cheeky message from Gordon Brown and loads more besides. S…
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Today, we look at Keir Starmer revealing the “first steps” Labour would take if they won the general election. Speaking at an event in Essex, the Labour leader unveiled a pledge card with six key policies, including delivering "economic stability" and providing 40,000 more hospital appointments each week. Starmer rejected claims the party had scale…
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Welcome to the PoliticsJOE Podcast. In scenes reminiscent on 1997, Keir Starmer unveiled six campaign pledges today - including his plan to tackle small boats. As an extra treat, Oli and Ava analyse his speech. Presenters: Oli Dugmore and Ava Santina Producer: Laura Beveridge Sting design: Chris White Production: Seán Hickey and Oli Johnson Hosted …
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After receiving so many great questions, David and Sayeeda are bringing you another Q&A. Listener Questions (with approximate timecodes) Were British Muslim institutions silent after October 7th? (0:22) Who gets to be the arbiter of whether a person, work or character is perpetuating racist tropes? (13:10) Are Muslims and Jews judged equally for th…
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Are we sleepwalking into a crisis that could totally overwhelm our prisons? Why is the South West often forgotten in politics? Why do political honeymoons often come to such abrupt endings? Alastair is again joined by friend of the show David Gauke to answer all these questions and more on today’s episode of The Rest Is Politics: Question Time. TRI…
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This is a replay of the episode that aired May 1st, 2024 Are you allowed to use facebook, instagram or tiktok in the work place? Can your employer stop you? What things are you allowed to take photos and make posts about in the work place? Learn this and more on the Employment Law Show. Hosts John Schols and Lior Samfiru. For information anytime, c…
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Today, we look at what we know about the assassination attempt on Slovak PM Robert Fico. The alleged assailant has been detained by the police and ministers have told reporters it was a politically-motivated attack. Europe editor Katya Adler is on to explain what we know about what happened, and who Robert Fico is. And Chris joins James to discuss …
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Welcome to the PoliticsJOE Podcast. Oli, Ed, and Ava analyse today's PMQs, which saw Labour spear Sunak on prison releases, arms exporting to Israel, and rape conviction rates. Presenters: Oli Dugmore, Ava Santina and Ed Campbell Producer: Laura Beveridge Sting design: Chris White Production: Seán Hickey and Shawnee Linstead Hosted on Acast. See ac…
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Van Badham and Ben Davison journey into the heart of Australia's Federal Budget 2024. Our hosts dissect Dr Jim’s reintroduction of nation building into macroeconomic management in a discussion that spans the breadth of the budget from fun nuance to big-picture policy decision and rejects the screaming-banana response of the Murdoch media. Join our …
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We are raiding the Guardian Long Read archives to bring you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week, from 2023: Steve Albini was long synonymous with the indie underground, playing in revered bands and recording albums by the Pixies, PJ Harvey and Nirvana. He also often seemed determined to offend as …
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On this week’s Macrodose, Polly Smythe takes a look at an upcoming vote at an Amazon Warehouse on whether to unionise. If the workers vote yes, then for the first time in the UK Amazon will be forced to recognise a trade union. What are workers at the Coventry site up against? Why is Amazon such a crucial battleground for the future of the labour m…
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This episode of Kiwi Birth Tales is proudly brought to you by Huggies NZ. In this episode of Kiwi Birth Tales, I speak to Manaia. Some of the topics we cover: Prenatal Anxiety Stretch and Sweeps Emergency Csection after spontaneous labour VBAC Broken ankle in pregnancy Cosleeping Induction Late success with Breastfeeding Please seek support for any…
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What is Rishi Sunak’s plan to win back voters? Why has Putin removed his ally as Russia’s defence minister? Has Labour’s embrace of a defecting Tory MP backfired? This week, Alastair is joined by former Lord Chancellor and Conservative MP, David Gauke, to answer all these questions and more. 🌏 Get our exclusive NordVPN deal here ➼ https://nordvpn.c…
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Today, we look a new study which suggests obesity jabs, such as Wegovy and Ozempic, could also cut the risk of heart attacks and strokes. The drug semaglutide, which suppresses the appetite, is prescribed by the NHS and now has growing use as a “skinny jab”. Researchers have said that weekly shots could benefit the cardiovascular health of millions…
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