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1 Oct, 2016 12:15

Episode 144

It's all over bar the shouting – although shouting there will be. Jeremy Corbyn won an even bigger landslide victory at the Labour Party conference, despite 240,000 people being deprived of their votes for one reason or another. And who could have imagined that in just a few months he would've built the biggest political party in Europe? How did it happen? There are theories upon theories, but our guest this week on Sputnik Alex Nunns went one better: he wrote a book about it called ‘The Candidate’. He came into the studio to tell us more.

Kenneth Clark, in some people’s eyes the best leader the Tories never had, says that PM Theresa May doesn't know what she is doing on the biggest of all British questions: Brexit. These may be clouds no bigger than Liam Fox's hand, but they could be harbingers of great storms to come. So as the Tories gather in Birmingham for their annual conference, we invited the man who really is the best leader the Tories never had, former minister and London mayoral candidate Steve Norris, to tell us what he thinks is going on in the Conservative Party.

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