No Money Mo’ Problems
Hunt’s autumn statement has wound everyone up while whispers of a Swiss-style Brexit deal are sparking more Tory fury. How is Sunak going to handle anger from the public and his party? And how will parties to the right of the spectrum capitalise on the current disquiet? Plus, as Dorries looks to pen a Johnson biography we discuss the best and worst books of the political genre. This week’s guest is Rosie Campbell, director of the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership and professor of politics at King’s College London.
• “The public are not stupid, they know everybody is going to be a lot poorer.” – Ayesha Hazarika
• “I cannot see a world in which we do something involving a Swiss-style deal.” – Ayesha Hazarika
• “I think in the long term the Conservative Party keeps going down this anti-woke agenda.” – Rosie Campbell
• “If Farage does enter the fray, I think it does cause problems for the Conservative Party.” – Ayesha Hazarika
Presented by Ros Taylor with Ayesha Hazarika and Marie Le Conte. Group Editor: Andrew Harrison. Lead Producer: Jacob Jarvis. Producers: Jet Gerbertson and Alex Rees. Assistant Producer: Kasia Tomasiewicz. Audio production by Robin Leeburn. OH GOD, WHAT NOW? is a Podmasters production.