In this episode Will speaks to Chris Clarke about his new book Warring Fictions: Left Populism and Its Defining Myths and examines the differences between Left Populism and Left Pluralism, the reason that these myths exists and why they are prevalent in the Labour Party.
In this special episode Will speaks to George Aylett, a former Labour Party Parliamentary Candidate and activist; Emma Burnell, a journalist and co host of the Zeitgeist Tapes Podcast and the House of Comments Podcast, and Sean Woodcock, a Labour and Co- Operative Party Councillor for Banbury and Leader of the Labour Group on Cherwell District Council about the current Labour Leadership race and its implications for the future of the Labour Party.
In this episode we speak to Zachary Marsh, a student at Robinson College, University of Cambridge who is running to be elected as a delegate to the National Union of Students. We discuss the recent university strikes, what Zachary would do if elected to the NUS and why the NUS is facing financial difficulties.
In this episode of the podcast we are once again joined by Star Sport's Elections, Politics and Policy Analyst, William Kedjanyi, to discuss the odds on the Labour Leader and Deputy Leadership race, the recent chaos at the Iowa Democratic caucus and this week's General Election in Ireland.
In this episode Will speaks to Gurinder Singh Josan, a member of the Labour Party and West Midlands' Strategic Policing and Crime Board who is standing for election to the Labour Party's National Executive Committee, about the Labour leadership, the result of the election and what he would do if he is elected to the NEC.
In this episode we speak to Labour councillor and chair of the grassroots campaign to elect Lisa Nandy leader of the Labour Party, Calvin Rodgerson, to discuss the recent Liverpool Hustings, why Labour failed at the election and the recent controversies surrounding the Durham Miners' Gala.
In this episode of the podcast we are once again joined by Nathan Boroda, an activist for the Labour Party and For Our Future's Sake, to discuss the result of the 2019 UK General Election, the current Labour Party Leadership contest and the 2020 US Presidential Election
In the first episode of 2020, Will speaks to former Labour MP for Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland, Tom Blenkinsop, about his reaction to the 2019 UK General Election result, the current Labour leadership contest, antisemitism in the Labour Party and the current environmental policy of the government.
In this more relaxed, final episode of the year podcast we speak to our former co host on the first pilot episode of the podcast from back in 2017, Jonathan Swales, about the political events of the year including the General Election, Theresa May's Premiership and the up coming US Presidential election. Debated Podcast will return in January 2020.
In this episode of the podcast Will speaks once again to Star Sport's Elections, Politics, and Policy Analyst, William Kedjanyi, about the result of the 2019 General Election, what it means for the future of Brexit, who could be the next leaders of the Liberal Democrats and the Labour Party and what this all means for the future of British politics.