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Lord Marland on Brexit trade deal: Businesses won’t forgive politicians if Brexit isn’t sorted quickly! (E831)

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to former Conservative Party Treasurer and David Cameron’s former trade envoy Lord Marland. He discusses Boris Johnson’s recent success in the UK general election, what Jeremy Corbyn and Labour got wrong in the election campaign, why he believes a trade deal can be secured quickly with the EU, and he warns that if Brexit isn’t sorted quickly, businesses will never forgive politicians for the uncertainty.

Next, we speak to Professor Paul Davies, author of ‘The Demon in the Machine’. He discusses the problems of modern cancer research and why they are too conservative in their approach, why there can be no ‘miracle drug’ to cure cancer, why there is no definition of life, why information is the key determinant between living and non-living and more!

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