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  • The Politics.co.uk Podcast

    The Politics.co.uk Podcast - abortion laws in Northern Ireland

    Politics.co.uk editor Ian Dunt is joined by Dr Ruth Fletcher, Senior Lecturer in Medical Law at Queen Mary University, and Lisa Hallgarten, Policy Manager at Brook, to discuss abortion laws in Northern Ireland.

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    The Politics.co.uk Podcast - Russian infowars

    Politics.co.uk editor Ian Dunt is joined by James Rodgers, international journalism lecturer, author and former BBC Moscow correspondent, and Jamie Bartlett, journalist and author of "The People Vs Tech", to discuss Russia's modern information warfare tactics.

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    The Politics.co.uk Podcast - vaping

    Politics.co.uk editor Ian Dunt is joined by Dr Lion Shahab, Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology at UCL, and Christopher Snowdon, Author and Head of Lifestyle Economics at the IEA, to discuss what vaping really is all about.

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    The Politics.co.uk Podcast - the Royal family and political neutrality

    Politics.co.uk editor Ian Dunt is joined by royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams and Ned Donovan, freelance journalist and "primogeniture nerd", to discuss the issue of political neutrality within the Royal family.

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    The Politics.co.uk Podcast - the Five Star Movement

    Politics.co.uk editor Ian Dunt is joined by Italian freelance journalist Francesco Zaffarano and Miriam Sorace, LSE fellow in EU Politics at the European Institute, to discuss the Italian Five Star Movement (Movimento Cinque Stelle) and how the populist party came to be.

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    The Politics.co.uk Podcast - voter ID trials

    Politics.co.uk editor Ian Dunt is joined by Alexandra Wunswich, director of Unlock Democracy, and Matt Singh, founder of Number Cruncher Analytics, to discuss whether trialling voter ID at polling stations was actually a good idea.

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