In this episode of the podcast Will is joined by the CEO of the ETOA and Chair of the European Tourism Alliance in the UK, Tom Jenkins, to discuss the work of the ETOA, the impact of changes to travel for young people post Brexit, climate change and tourism, English language schools in the UK and how tourism can continue with the threat of climate change looming over us all.

In this episode of the podcast, Will is joined by Heather Wetzel, the Vice Chair of the Labour Land Campaign, to discuss what the Labour Land Campaign is, what Land Value Tax is, how the energy crisis could impact renewable energy in the UK, Keir Hardie and his respect for Henry George and the impact of holiday homes on people across the UK.

In this episode of the podcast Will is joined by Sebastian Salek, a former journalist and Labour councillor, to discuss his campaign to become Labour's candidate for Gloucester at the next election including what his priorities will be as a candidate, what he thinks Labour should be focussing on at the next election and what he believes Gloucester needs.

In this episode Will speaks to Stewart Lansley, visiting fellow in the School of Policy Studies at the University of Bristol, council member of the Progressive Economy Forum and author of The Richer, The Poorer: How Britain Enriched the Few and Failed the Poor, a 200 year History, to discuss a new pamphlet he has written for The Fabian Society, The Equality Question. They discuss how inequality has not been tackled by government, how the Attlee government stands out as compared with others on inequality and the (outgoing) Prime Minister, Liz Truss' economic policies.

In this episode of the podcast Will is joined by Nick Thomas Symonds, Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade, MP for Torfaen and author of the new book Harold Wilson: The Winner. They discuss Wilson's life, his upbringing, his career at Oxford, his time as a minister under Attlee, his periods as Prime Minister and Wilson's legacy.

In this episode of the podcast Will is joined by Marie Hill, a Labour Party member, former council candidate and commentator about her election campaign, her new Youtube channel, what Labour's focus should be during the current Conservative Leadership election and during the next election and why she got involved in politics. You can subscribe to Marie's Youtube channel here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmWjTrJihKeEqkUHjevehKg and her Wordpress blog here https://mariehillwords.wordpress.com/

In this episode of the podcast Will is joined by Jonn Elledge to discuss a new book he has co authored with Tom Phillips, Conspiracy: A History of Boll*cks Theories and How Not To Fall For Them. They discuss how the book came about, the presentation of modern conspiracy theories, the different types of conspiracy theories that exist, why we are shocked that politicians use them and how they are often more popular during times of crisis. Some names are beeped out of this episode for reasons of privacy.

In this episode Will speaks to the the Youtuber Grant Hurst, better known by his username Casual Historian, about why Grant created his channel, history and politicians, politics and oratory, the differences between the UK and the US, the importance of the US constitution and the new and developing means by which we consume history.

In this episode Will is joined by Hannah O'Rourke from Labour Together to discuss what Labour Together is, how it aims to help the Labour Party, the dignity of work and workers rights and a new pamphlet due to be published on Monday 18 July by Labour Together called Power Now: How a new government can decide things and do things better.

In this episode of the podcast Will speaks to Konstantin Kisin, co host of the TRIGGERnometry podcast and author of the newly published book An Immigrant's Love Letter To The West, about the book and why he decided to write it, free speech, identity and Russia's relationship with the rest of the world.

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