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Political special podcasts from The Spectator

Episodes

Tony Blair: people should 'rise up' against Brexit  

With Ayesha Hazarika and James Forsyth. Presented by Fraser Nelson.

May's Brexit plan stays on track but are Corbyn's days numbered?  

With James Forsyth and Ayesha Hazarika. Presented by Fraser Nelson

Why Brexit could be sweet for the sugar industry  

Spectator editor Fraser Nelson is joined by Paul Kenward, managing director of British Sugar, Michael Sly, farmer and NFU Sugar Board, and Philip de Pass of London Sugar Group. This podcast was sponsored by British Sugar

Government loses Article 50 case  

With Fraser Nelson and James Forsyth. Presented by Isabel Hardman.

Theresa May outlines her Brexit plans  

With Fraser Nelson and James Forsyth. Presented by Isabel Hardman.

Tristram Hunt quits as MP for Stoke-on-Trent Central  

With James Forsyth and Ayesha Hazarika. Presented by Fraser Nelson.

Is Donald Trump an agent of Russian influence?  

With Paul Wood. Presented by Freddy Gray. This is a repeat of an episode of Americano, the Spectator's podcast that covers politics in the US.

Jeremy Corbyn speaks out on immigration, executive pay and his own leadership  

With Isabel Hardman and James Forsyth. Presented by Fraser Nelson.

What did we learn from Theresa May's 'shared society' speech?  

With Isabel Hardman and James Forsyth. Presented by Lara Prendergast.

Books podcast sample – Michael Lewis: The Undoing Project  

Michael Lewis, author of Moneyball and The Big Short, talks to Sam Leith about his new book, The Undoing Project, in this sample episode of the Spectator Books podcast.

The Copeland by-election - Labour's first battle of 2017  

With Isabel Hardman and YouGov's Marcus Roberts. Presented by Fraser Nelson

The New Battle for Press Freedom  

With Fraser Nelson and James Forsyth. Presented by Isabel Hardman.

Renzi resigns, Beppe Grillo says he's ready to govern. What next?  

With Fredrik Erixon and James Forsyth. Presented by Fraser Nelson.

Spectator Events: The American people have voted – what next?  

With Bronwen Maddox, Tim Stanley, Sir Christopher Meyer and Chris Darbyshire. Chaired by Andrew Neil.

Spectator Events: Autumn Statement Discussion  

With Andrew Neil, Fraser Nelson and James Forsyth. In association with Old Mutual Global Investors.

Philip Hammond presents his first and last Autumn Statement  

With Isabel Hardman and James Forsyth. Presented by Fraser Nelson.

Donald Trump wins the American presidency  

With Freddy Gray, in Washington DC, and James Forsyth. Presented by Fraser Nelson.

High Court rules that Parliament must be consulted on Article 50  

With Fraser Nelson and James Forsyth. Presented by Lara Prendergast.

Spectator Parliamentarian of the Year Awards: The best of the speeches  

Highlights from the Spectator Parliamentarian of the Year Awards, featuring speeches by George Osborne, Boris Johnson and Theresa May. Presented by Fraser Nelson.

Steven Woolfe quits leadership race of ‘ungovernable’ Ukip  

Fraser Nelson and the FT's Sebastian Payne on the latest twist in Ukip's leadership crisis

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