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2 Jul, 2016 11:09

Episode 131

So, the UK “Brexited” and the sky didn’t fall in. The pound is stable, indeed climbing, and the FTSE 100 is going through the roof. Sensible people (no matter how they voted) are now turning their attention to the opportunities opening up for Britain in the wider world, including China. Teaching Fellow at King’s College London, Mark Stanford is one such sensible person, and he came into the studio to tell us what the future could hold.

And, Ken Livingstone, former mayor of London as well as a leading Labour figure for almost 40 years, came into the studio to discuss the hell Jeremy Corbyn has been through in this turbulent week in politics.

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