The New Statesman Podcast: UK general election news and analysis

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The New Statesman Podcast: UK general election news and analysis

A news and news & politics podcast from The New Statesman
Website: https://www.newstatesman.com/podcasts

The New Statesman podcast is now daily.

As the UK prepares to vote in a new government on July 4, join host Hannah Barnes is joined by NS journalists including veteran broadcaster Andrew Marr for daily discussion of the latest election developments including reaction from around the UK, polling analysis with expert Ben Walker, and a regular listener questions episode every Friday. 

 

New episodes publish at 5pm Monday-Friday.

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