Gina Nadira Miller is a Guyanese-British business owner, activist, campaigner, investment manager, founder of Centrum Campaign Ltd., and a co-founder of SCM Direct.
Perhaps inevitably, Britain’s unresolved Brexit agony has led to a general election. The current Parliament could not find a path out of the morass, so the people must now elect a new one. Brexit has exposed profound tensions in Britain’s vaunted system of democracy, raising questions about the relationship between the people, Parliament, Government and the courts. Stephen Sackur speaks to businesswoman Gina Miller, who led two legal challenges to the Government’s Brexit strategy and won both times – how come this non-politician has had such an impact on Britain’s political landscape? (Photo: Anti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller leaves the Supreme Court for the result of a hearing on the prorogation of parliament. Credit: EPA)
After yet another momentous week in UK politics and firmly at the centre of this story Gina Miller joined Marian on the line from the UK this morning.
Stance Podcast explores diverse perspectives in arts, culture and current affairs. This month, we speak to Gina Miller, the woman who successfully took on the British government with regards to Brexit, in one of her most personal interviews to date. We explore the often overlooked political and racial aspects of the work of the late artist, Basquiat. And we discuss sex with five women who in different ways are helping people to own their sexuality and desires; featuring the legendary theatre director Mahabanoo Mody-Kotwal who brought The Vagina Monologues to India, Cindy Gallop who is transforming the way we consume sex online, and Shan Boody who has pioneered sex education for the next generation through YouTube. Warning: Not suitable for young audiences, listen at your own discretion.
It’s an exciting week as we welcome Superhero of Remain GINA MILLER to tell us about her battles over Article 50 and now the Government’s “deal” with the DUP, the future of the battle against Brexit, and how she made Nigel Farage VERY uncomfortable on a TV studio sofa.Plus, BORIS JOHNSON, BUSTED FLUSH: Did the Foreign Secretary actually read that pro-Brexit screed before he sent it to the Telegraph? (We suspect not). Has the Talking Fatberg finally followed his ambitions too far? Also: Ringo Starr, Leave supporter, and why working for DExEU is like having Enron on your CV.Plus we’re delighted to debut our brand-new theme tune by the great British band CORNERSHOP. Had a brimful of Brexit? So have we…And while you’re here, why not support Remainiacs via our PATREON page? http://www.patreon.com/remainiacscast“Move closer Nigel, it’s so much more comfortable here.”This episode of REMAINIACS is presented by Dorian Lynskey with Ian Dunt and Peter Collins. Producers are Matt Hall and Andrew Harrison. Remainiacs is a Podmasters production.http://www.REMAINIACS.comTheme music ‘Demon Is A Monster’ used by kind permission of Cornershop.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Creator Details

Birthdate
Apr 19th, 1965
Location
England, United Kingdom
Episode Count
4
Podcast Count
4
Total Airtime
2 hours, 48 minutes
PCID
Podchaser Creator ID logo 913743