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Episode 161

This week, several shadow cabinet members told the Guardian that they want to change the party line and block the triggering of Article 50 and Brexit. These new inner circle rebels are still in their posts at the moment, despite telling a national newspaper that they think their boss has got it wrong again. It appears Corbyn’s only reliable person in the shadow cabinet is shadow Secretary of State for justice Richard Burgeon, who is sometimes spoken of as a future Labour Leader, so we invited him aboard Sputnik to get his take.

And in order to achieve balance aboard this spaceship, we welcome John McTernan, former Downing Street advisor for Tony Blair and Jeremy Corbyn’s most consistent, prolific and, some would say, most effective critic.

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