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Labour and Brexit: Beyond the CrisisDavid Runciman and Helen Thompson
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Labour and Brexit: Beyond the Crisis

David Runciman, Helen Thompson and Chris Brooke

David is joined by Helen Thompson and Chris Brooke to try to get beyond the current crisis and work out where British politics is heading.  How different is Starmer's political programme likely to be from Corbyn's?  Can the Labour party become the party of the workers again?  And is Brexit really going to happen without an extension and without a deal?  Plus we explore the renewed influence of the trade unions and ask what it means for the political choices ahead.

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