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When it comes to making sense of the news, it helps to have an insider’s perspective. Introducing The Daily T, a brand new podcast from The Telegraph. Camilla Tominey and Kamal Ahmed share their thoughts on the day’s biggest stories, with lively debate and informed discussion, as well as agenda-setting interviews with the key people who make the headlines, all from the heart of one of Britain’s biggest newsrooms Camilla and Kamal have been journalists for more than 20 years, with access to p ...
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Everything Everywhere Daily

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Learn something new every day! Everything Everywhere Daily is a daily podcast for Intellectually Curious People. Host Gary Arndt tells the stories of interesting people, places, and things from around the world and throughout history. Gary is an accomplished world traveler, travel photographer, and polymath. Topics covered include history, science, mathematics, anthropology, archeology, geography, and culture. Past history episodes have dealt with ancient Rome, Phoenicia, Persia, Greece, Chi ...
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Every Monday and Thursday during the NRL season, you'll hear from Daily Telegraph journalists Phil Rothfield, Mick Carayannis, Fatima Kdouh, Paul Crawley, Dave Riccio, Brent Read and Adam Mobbs as they pull apart all the goings on in the NRL....
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Across the world, from Europe to Asia, the Americas to the Middle East, tensions are rising between nation states. Traditional alliances and alignments are constantly evolving in the 21st century. An understanding of defence and security policy and the tides of political, social and economic changes is crucial for any informed understanding of our world. 2024 sees war in Europe and Israel, and elections in major economies, including the US, the UK, Taiwan, South Africa, and many others. Insu ...
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The podcast that speaks your language. News and views from beyond the bubble with Telegraph columnists, Allison Pearson and Liam Halligan, every Thursday. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine has dominated world news since tanks, jets and troops first crossed Ukraine's borders in February 2022. Every weekday, the Telegraph's top journalists analyse the conflict from all angles. The team brings you updates on the war in Ukraine and is the most listened to Ukraine war podcast. The team considers military strategy, history, economics, the refugee crisis, Ukrainian culture, and daily life in Vladimir Putin's autocratic Russia and Volodymyr Zele ...
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We’re for Sydney and New South Wales, every day this podcast gives you the headlines of the day from the Daily Telegraph. You can listen on dailytelegraph.com.au, follow or subscribe wherever you get your podcasts and ask your smart speaker to "play the news from the Daily Telegraph"
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Join Elis James, Mike Bubbins and Steff Garrero in Award winning Podcast "The Socially Distant Sports Bar". It's a Comedy & Sports Podcast, but you don't have to like Sports to LOVE it. Comedians Elis James (BBC 5Live, Sky TV's Fantasy Football League) & Mike Bubbins (BBC's Mammoth) are "Unreasonably hilarious" The Telegraph. "Elis James, Mike Bubbins and Steff Garrero created a haven where they ramble on about classic clips and random recollections." The Guardian Known to fans as Distant Po ...
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It was meant to be a miracle treatment, but it became a deadly poison. Cara McGoogan investigates the story they didn't want you to know - and one of the biggest medical disasters in history. The award-winning first series of Bed of Lies is also available to listen to on this feed: They have the perfect relationship, until one day he vanishes. Her hunt leads to other women just like her - and a web of state-spun lies. This is the untold story of one of Britain's biggest secrets. Hosted on Ac ...
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The BelTel

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The BelTel brings you some of Northern Ireland's top journalists, Allison Morris, Sam McBride and Suzanne Breen to name but a few, giving you the inside stories behind what is in the news. Presented by Ciarán Dunbar, the Bel Tel investigates, debates and informs every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Real people, real problems, real talk. Katie Morley, The Telegraph's Consumer Champion, has won back £10 million in compensation for readers. Now, she's hitting the road for a brand new podcast, Money Confidential, to hear directly from you. Would you let your grown-up child move back home and not pay rent? Is it fair for your richer siblings to go skiing and leave you behind? Are private schools really worth it? This is the place where we discuss everyday money problems affecting your life ...
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Folk on Foot

Matthew Bannister

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“Modest people, playing gorgeous music, speaking articulately about areas they love. Fabulously calming” – one listener’s description of this multi-award-winning podcast in which Matthew Bannister goes walking with top folk musicians in the landscapes that have inspired them. “A restorative breathing space in sound” – The Telegraph. “Immaculately produced” – The Times Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The NatLifePod is a platform for conversation to help close the gap between wellness as an industry and wellness as a state of being. About your host: Tony Riddle is a natural lifestyle coach, author and record-breaking barefoot endurance athlete. Tony has been featured extensively in the press from The Times, Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, Telegraph Magazine, New York Times, Men’s Health, Evening Standard, and on BBC Breakfast, Sky News, The Rich Roll Podcast and many others. His debut book ...
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Go beyond the back pages and join the Telegraph's rugby experts and big name guests as they tackle the game's most interesting trends, themes and talking points. Our unrivalled rugby coverage now available on the move! New episodes out Mondays. Previously on this podcast channel: Brian Moore's Full Contact Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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This is the podcast channel for everything Matty Johns. Every week during the NRL season you'll get analysis with Cooper Cronk, you'll hear from Matty at home with the rest of the Johns family - wife Trish and sons Jack and Cooper ..It's all here.
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Indian Noir

Nikesh Murali

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India's most critically acclaimed chart-topping horror podcast featuring Indian Horror stories and Indian Creepypastas in audio and animated video format. Nikesh Murali (host) is a Commonwealth Short Story Prize winning writer, bestselling horror author & professional narrator. Podcast featured in Harper’s Bazaar, India Today, CBC, The Hindu, Times of India, New Indian Express, Hindustan Times, Deccan Herald, The Statesman, The Week, The Telegraph, Femina, Economic times, Mid-Day, The News M ...
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✈️ The Zero To Travel Podcast has been downloaded 12+ million times and named a "Best Travel Podcast" by The Washington Post, Travel + Leisure, The Telegraph, and Forbes. Packed with life-changing perspectives, inspiration, and practical advice for everyone from travel newbies to nomads, this podcast will give you everything you need to travel the world on your terms, regardless of your situation or experience. Welcome to our amazing global listening community! Since 2013, "Travel Ambassador ...
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Expenses

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A hard drive, a room full of reporters -- and the biggest parliamentary scandal in a generation. How MPs' expenses came to light. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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5x15

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"A pleasingly simple concept... one of the best things I've come upon in the last six months" (The Telegraph - 'Best Podcasts') 5 speakers, 15 minutes each. Script free and against a less-than-precise clock, some of the world's leading figures in the arts and sciences deliver talks about their enduring achievements, wildest moments or deepest passions. It's inspiring, informative, provoking, and above all, entertaining. Based in London but making forays to Sydney, New York and Milan, 5x15 ha ...
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Welcome to "The Vaughany and Tuffers Cricket Club", a podcast from Ashes winning captain Michael Vaughan and England legend Phil Tufnell, with the Telegraph's Ben Wright keeping the show on the road. Every episode, the trio celebrate cricket in all its glory and absurdity, from international clashes to village cricket madness. Every episode, the trio will review England's summer tests as well as celebrating cricket in all its glory and absurdity, from international clashes to village cricket ...
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Want to dominate your fantasy leagues? Welcome to the official SuperCoach NRL podcast. Join Tom Sangster, Rob Sutherland and the rest of our crew throughout the year! Team List Tuesdays, Buy Hold Sell, Love/Hate and much more. Come hang out with us each and every week on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
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Ashes to Ashes

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In this five-part series from The Telegraph, some of the biggest names in Ashes history recall memorable Tests in which they played. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Looking at cinema's present via its past. The Next Picture Show is a biweekly roundtable by the former editorial team of The Dissolve examining how classic films inspire and inform modern movies. Episodes take a deep dive into a classic film and its legacy in the first half, then compare and contrast that film with a modern successor in the second. Hosted and produced by Genevieve Koski, Keith Phipps, Tasha Robinson and Scott Tobias.
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Heroes or villains? Leading historians defend the great men of British history; The Telegraph’s Steven Edginton plays devil’s advocate. From Winston Churchill to Oliver Cromwell. New episodes on Wednesdays. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Trust Me I'm a Decorator

Debbie Travis and Tommy Smythe

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Trust Me... I'm a Decorator! is a podcast hosted by renowned television personalities and designers Debbie Travis and Tommy Smythe. While you may know them best as decorators, they'll be covering all of their favourite things; travel, relationships, food and more with many special guests along the way. Debbie Travis is an international television host and producer, best-selling author, sought-after public speaker, and designer of the Debbie Travis Home Collection and holds women’s retreats a ...
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The road to success is paved with some pretty big obstacles. Bryony Gordon talks to people who've overcome them. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Christmas Tales

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Ghosts, lost love and what happens when the festive season is hijacked by the politically correct brigade… Christmas tales by some of the most cherished writers of our time. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Off Script

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From "wokeness" to cancel culture, the culture wars are in full swing. In this series of no-holds-barred long-form interviews, The Telegraph’s Steven Edginton sits down with world-leading commentators to unpick them. New episodes on Fridays. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Hosted in the horse box - Kate and Claire travel the countryside chatting to inspiring people about wildlife, farming and field sports - while you relax at home! Fed up with celebrity culture? Join us as we listen to the hidden stories behind the banjo-playing farrier and the recently retired racecourse executive, who ran two of Englands premier racecourses. So here we go ...... load the lorry, rev the engine and enjoy the ride! Contact us on fromthehorsebox@gmail.com we would love any feedb ...
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Brent Read, Fatima Kdouh and Pamela Whaley discuss the major storylines ahead of the State of Origin decider and give their predictions for the big game. Back at club land, they examine Jason Ryles' early presence at Parramatta, the Broncos' sixth straight loss, the terrible Tigers and Tommy Turbo firing again for Manly. If you're enjoying this pod…
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Send us a Text Message. Marcus has many personal anecdotes to draw on for his writing career, from his 20 years as an amateur jockey. Winning the Grand National with Mr. Frisk Competing in the Velka Pardubicka in the Czech Republic Racing in Russia in the early 90's Recently covering The Derby and Royal Ascot he describes the influences on putting …
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Former president Donald Trump said he is “supposed to be dead” as he described an attempt on his life as a “surreal” experience. He survived an attempted assassination after a gunman opened fire at his rally in Pennsylvania on Saturday, killing a spectator and wounding two others. Trump's right ear was grazed by a bullet in the shooting, leading to…
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Day 874. Today, we analyse the heavy fighting around Toretsk and New York as Russian forces push forward, bring you political and diplomatic updates from around the world and we speak to War Crimes Reporter Olesia Bida from the Kyiv Indepednent about her documentary ‘He came Back.’ Just a note from us that this episode contains discussion of extrem…
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Television host Cynthia Loyst joins the show this week, a long-time friend of Tommy Smythe who is widely recognized as one of the hosts on popular Canadian television show The Social. They discuss their friendship, the early days of The Social, cancel culture, and the challenges of being in the public eye. They also talk about the importance of spe…
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Former priest Denis Bradley played a key role in the peace process as part of the ‘back-channel’ between the IRA and the British. His decision to become vice-chair of the Northern Ireland Policing Board in 2001 drew the anger – and violence of dissident republicans. He gives Ciarán Dunbar his assessment of how to deal with dissident republicans tod…
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In the early 1960s, the United States was always a step behind the Soviet Union in the space race. By the mid-1960s, the Americans had caught up. They didn’t have many glamorous firsts, but they were doing increasingly difficult things in space. All of that came crashing to a halt on January 27, 1967, when three astronauts died in what was a seemin…
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Welcome to Pint-Sized Distant Pod. We've been back through our archive of episodes and we've selected our favourite stories, anecdotes and funny bits. If you're new to the pod, then feel free to use these as a jump off point to find your way around our earlier episodes. This clip is taken from “Episode 81: The New Theatre, Cardiff (h) 3rd Leg)” See…
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In August 1980, a pastor, his wife and their three children went on a camping holiday that would change their lives forever and become one of the biggest stories in the world. “A dingo’s got my baby” were the words that divided Australia as Lynn Chamberlain was accused of a shocking crime. Host: Kevin Doyle Guest: Malcolm Brown Hosted on Acast. See…
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In the mid-18th century, excavations in the ancient town of Herculaneum, just outside the city of Pompeii and destroyed by the same volcano, discovered something….interesting. They found a villa that contained 1800 ancient scrolls. Unfortunately, the volcano's heat carbonized them, making them illegible and incredibly fragile. Still, for over 250 y…
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Day 871. Today, we report from a historic and potentially presidency-ending NATO summit, bring you the latest news from Ukraine and Defence editor Danielle Sheridan has an exclusive interview with First Lady of Ukraine, Olena Zelenska. Contributors: David Knowles (Journalist). @djknowles22 on X. Dom Nicholls (Associate Editor, Defence). @DomNicholl…
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President Joe Biden made not one, but two major gaffes at NATO this week, accidently calling Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelenskyy ‘Putin’ before correcting himself and later referring to his Vice President Kamala Harris as ‘Trump’ without realising. As former president Barack Obama and senior Democrat Nancy Pelosi were reported to have spoken about their …
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Reviews of Ti West’s horror trilogy-ender “MaXXXine,” Oz Perkins’s “Longlegs” with Maika Monroe and Nicolas Cage, and Kiki Layne in Nicole Riegel’s “Dandelion.” Plus, Roman Polanski’s possibly perfect L.A. noir turns 50. (Timecodes will not be precise with ads; chapters may start early.) Opening (00:00:00-00:02:29) Review: “MaXXXine” (00:02:30-00:3…
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In the early 19th century, the most abundant bird in North America, and perhaps the entire world, was the passenger pigeon. An estimated three billion of them would fly in flocks so large that they could blot out the sun. However, within a century, the entire species had gone extinct. It was one of the fastest and most disastrous turnarounds for an…
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On today's episode of Battle Lines, we look at the UK's new Labour government and its defence policy with our defence editor Danielle Sheridan. We also pop over to the NATO summit and ask Brussels correspondent Joe Barnes how NATO can "Trump proof" the alliance? Finally we speak to Europe editor James Crisp about the shock French election result an…
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Welcome to this week's Socially Distant Sports Bar with Elis James (Fantasy Football League), Mike Bubbins (Mammoth) and Steff Garrero (nothing else really). Please vote for us at the British Podcast Awards 2024 https://www.britishpodcastawards.com/voting This is Part 2 of this week’s episode. Part 1 is out every week on Wednesdays. If you want to …
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The petrol bomb attack happened at the height of bitter disputes over parading Even by the standards of the Troubles the murder of the Quinn brothers on the 12th of July 1998, it shocked NI. The contentious parades issue which had caused deep tensions was changed overnight, albeit never solved, as society saw the issue with a fresh perspective. The…
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On a beautiful day in May the novelist, nature writer and podcaster Melissa Harrison and the composer and multi instrumentalist Laura Cannell take us for a walk in the glorious Suffolk countryside. Laura plays a recorder duet with a nightingale, Melissa reads from her acclaimed novel “All Among The Barley” - appropriately enough in a field of ripen…
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Day 870. Today, we bring you news from the NATO summit, hear an eyewitness account of the Russian strike on the Kyiv maternity clinic, ask an expert how they identify Russian missiles, and discuss attempts to ‘Trump-proof’ NATO. Contributors: David Knowles (Journalist). @djknowles22 on X. Dom Nicholls (Associate Editor, Defence). @DomNicholls on X.…
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Could football be coming home? Basking in the afterglow of England’s last-minute win against the Netherlands, Kamal and Camilla catch up with chief sports writer Olly Brown about what it was like in the stadium, from the giddy atmosphere to Gareth Southgate’s little celebratory dance. Plus, a chat with Southgate’s old coach at Crystal Palace, Wally…
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Serial bedwetters, and High Roller etiquette. The family find new meaning to Elton Johns’ "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.” And Matt demands a refund for the years of school fees paid. 📱RING THE HOTLINE: Leave a message on 0402266161 for dilemmas, advice needed, feedback or just a drunk message with your friends and we might respond on the podcast... Yo…
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Do you want to get off the beaten path and visit obscure destinations? Entrepreneur, podcaster, and travel junkie Dylan Thuras joins me to discuss some of his favorite lesser-known wonders and delicacies from all seven continents and why they’re worth the visit. Dylan is the co-founder of Atlas Obscura, a global community of explorers who have toge…
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Depending on how you define it, there were somewhere between 70 to 100 Roman emperors between the ascension of Augustus to the fall of the western empire in 476. A period of about 500 years. Some of them managed to be just and competent rulers who ruled for extended periods of peace and prosperity. Others….were not. Learn more about the worst Roman…
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Buzz Rothfield is back and is joined by Michael Carayannis and Brent Read. The trio discuss who should be the next Immortal, they chat all things Sharks, Parramatta and who should be the next NRL coach. They break down Origin before answering your questions. If you're enjoying this podcast, hit the follow or subscribe button wherever you're listeni…
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After a Labour landslide win (as predicted by your co-pilots) the rocket orbits into a new political galaxy, but is it the same old madness? Allison delivers some hard truths to the Conservative party whom she thinks deserve ‘oblivion’ should they fail to come to the ‘correct conclusion’ on their new leader. Whereas Liam thinks the Tories need to t…
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The clown under the bed. The elevator filled with blood. Scary movies make an impression – especially as a kid. From 2016, Adam, Josh, and special guest Ti West ("MaXXXine") tap into their earliest fears for their Top 5 Childhood Movie Scares. For full access to the show archive, join the Filmspotting Family. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit…
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Day 869. Today, we’re live on the ground in Washington D.C for Nato’s historic summit in the American capital. Contributors: David Knowles (Journalist). @djknowles22 on X. Dom Nicholls (Associate Editor, Defence). @DomNicholls on X. Francis Dearnley (Assistant Comment Editor). @FrancisDearnley on X. Joe Barnes (Brussels Correspondent). @Barnes_Joe …
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Sir Keir Starmer has jetted off on his first overseas trip as Prime Minister - to the NATO summit in Washington. But it all comes as he committed to an ‘ironclad guarantee’ to raise defence spending to 2.5 per cent of GDP, but refused to say when. So how serious are Labour about protecting Britain? Kamal Ahmed and Camilla Turner speak to Telegraph …
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Scotland has had its say, and a week on from the election we survey the wreckage of the SNP and Conservative campaigns and try to work out what they might do next. We also hear from Cowdenbeath and Kirkcaldy's Melanie Ward, who shares an audio diary of her first days in Westminster as a new MP. And finally, will John Swinney and Keir Starmer find s…
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