A weekly podcast discussing politics and policy, presented by Alex Waygood and Murray Jones. Music used in this podcast is by the freesound.org user Sub-d, and is licensed under a Creative Commons 0 license.
It could be put off no longer: we finally talk about coronavirus (and other things…) Further reading here.
Turkey is encouraging refugees to head to Greece and the EU aren’t happy. Meanwhile climate change is only going to make the problem worse, on a global scale. Also British troops are heading to Mali. Further reading here.
India is struck with ethnic violence , France is overrun with bedbugs, and we ask: are local councils preventing action on climate change? Further reading here.
The government brings out its plan for a points-based immigration system, the Democratic Party holds yet another debate in its quest to find a nominee to take on Donald Trump, and we ask: is every billionaire a policy failure? Further reading here.
The rule of law is under attack everywhere, it seems, but Ecuador. Plus Donald Trump’s many questions about badgers, and we ask: should the licence fee be scrapped? Further reading here.
The Iowa Caucuses descended into chaos, Russian police have been convicted of busting their own drug den, and we ask: should the government step in to save Facebook from itself? Further reading here.
The government decides to allow Huawei into the UK’s 5G infrastructure, a rare sighting of a Bolivian glass frog, and we ask: are open borders the way to go? Further reading here.