The inside line on Brexit. Interviews with top politicians and commentators, analysis from the Telegraph’s Westminster team -- and the occasional musical interlude. Presented by Christopher Hope. Every Friday.
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Joining Christopher Hope in the Red Lion: former leader of the Conservative Party, Iain Duncan Smith, with some unambiguous advice for the twenty-one Tory MPs who recently had the whip withdrawn, and a strong case for a sovereign United Kingdom.And we ask the former Director of Legislative Affairs at Number 10, Joe Moor how he would advise Boris Johnson to deliver Brexit on time.Plus, chairman of the European Scrutiny Committee, Sir Bill Cash weighs in on the prospect of striking a deal.And finally, Financial Times journalist, Miranda Green brings Chopper the inside line from the LibDem party conference in Bournemouth.Joe Moor - ‘Boris Johnson could still force prorogation for a second time’: http://bit.ly/2kSGYA8Sign up to free twice-daily WhatsApp audio briefings: http://bit.ly/2XJU05fListen to Moral Money: https://apple.co/2mbeAK1Email: email@example.comTwitter: @brexitbroadcast
On the menu this week: Theresa May’s former chief of staff and Telegraph columnist, Nick Timothy revisits the highs and lows of his time in Downing Street, and gives some self-deprecating advice to the team writing Boris Johnson’s manifesto.And we hear from former Conservative Party Deputy Chairman, Lord Ashcroft, fresh from the launch of his new biography of Jacob Rees-Mogg.Plus - in an interview containing one particularly tenuous analogy - right-wing commentator, James Delingpole tells Christopher why Michael Gove is his political hero.Also on the podcast: The Telegraph’s Europe Editor, Peter Foster, brings Christopher and Associate Editor, Camilla Tominey an update from negotiations in Brussels.Come and see a live recording of Chopper’s Brexit Podcast in London on Saturday 5th October: https://www.podcastlive.com/event/podcast-live-politics/Listen to Moral Money: https://apple.co/2mbeAK1Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @brexitbroadcast
Christopher Hope is taking a well-earned day off, so The Telegraph’s Associate Editor, Camilla Tominey takes the podcast reins alongside Europe Editor, Peter Foster and Leader Writer, Tim Stanley. Up for discussion: the real reason Boris Johnson deselected rebel Tory MPs, whether a “no-deal” Conservative manifesto could kill off the Brexit Party in a snap election and what politicians have misunderstood about the Irish border — plus our journalists place their bets on whether Brexit will happen on October 31st.
Warning: heated debate ensues.
Peter Foster: ‘No-deal Brexit looms as leak reveals Dominic Cummings considers EU negotiations a sham’: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/09/02/no-deal-brexit-looms-leak-reveals-dominic-cummings-considers/
Come and see a live recording of Chopper’s Brexit Podcast in London on Saturday 5th October: https://www.podcastlive.com/event/podcast-live-politics/
Sign up to The Telegraph’s free twice-daily WhatsApp audio briefings: http://bit.ly/2XJU05f
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