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The Right Dishonourable Podcast

A weekly podcast featuring Jazza John
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Keir Starmer headed down to Brighton this week to show the Corbynites what for at Labour’s first conference since the general election in 2019. Did he succeed? Are the Conservatives still “scum”? And just who is Andy McDonald? Joining us are th
With our familiar promptness we release a podcast in time for the 20-year-and-one-week anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. We also discuss the Conservative plans to fund social care, and Labour’s subsequent bounce in the polls. Joining u
This week we discuss the fallout from the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan’s government, media commentary on Plymouth shooter Jake Davison, and OnlyFans’ decision to stop hosting pornographic content. Joining us is a content platform that Jazz
With an absence of any interesting news, we decide to engage in some baseless speculation about what the rest of Boris Johnson’s premiership looks like. With three predictions each, who will be proven right? Joining us are some lukewarm takes.
In this episode Jazza and Jimmy extensively review the BBC interview with Dom Cummings and inevitably descend into 2016-style Brexit head banging. After that we look at the government’s attempt at charging journalists for exposing state secrets
In this week’s podcast we’re discuss home-comings, starting with England’s unlocking on 19 July as most Covid-19 restrictions ease. Is it a good idea? Should we still wear masks? Will we soon be sent home again? Prepare for speculation. Those c
This week, Jazza learns what a clinch is and wonders just how Jimmy has managed to avoid the offensively graphic leaked images of disgraced former health secretary Matt Hancock and his bit on the side. Also discussed is the lack of privilege of
This week we dribble further out of our comfort zones with a discussion on England football manager Gareth Southgate’s recent interventions on patriotism. After a cross over to cricketer Ollie Robinson’s historical problematic tweets, we hammer
Following Dominic Cummings spectacular trip to a parliamentary select committee, we discuss his legacy, the impact on the government, and whether Boris Johnson got hitched later as a distraction. We then tackle the BBC’s prospects in the wake o
This week we discuss controversy over the attempted detention of two Indian nationals in Glasgow, the government’s plan to introduce mandatory ID checks at elections, and Eurovision – because Jazza. Joining us is whoever the British entry is. I
In the wake of Sadiq Khan’s second mayoral election win and a vote for the capital’s assembly, we talk to Daniel Jacobs, assembly candidate for the Londependence party. As the pun suggests, the party advocates that London secede from the UK and
This week we discuss all elections local. Starting in London, we take a trip up to Scotland to discuss the potential break-up of the United Kingdom, before returning to Hartlepool. Expect a few diversions along the way. Joining us is a surprise
Beginning with a 90s revival of Tory sleaze, we enjoy a half-time culture wars spelling bee and finish with Prince Philip’s death. Joining us is a dubious comedy reference. Image based on Prince Philip death announcement, April 2021 by Garry Kn
Following reports of the twilight of the centrist dads, we discussed the continuing influence of Tony Blair, the Labour right and the Britpop generation on British politics. Joining us is Adam Radford, co-host of the Centrist Dads Podcast. Imag
You can find us in the pub once we’ve got our Covid stub, as we discuss in this episode. As well as covering vaccine passport trials, we discuss the David Cameron lobbying scandal and Keir Starmer’s visit to a homophobic church. Join us, but do
This week we discuss the impact of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill on political protesting, what Britain’s integrated foreign policy review means for our international relations, and Jazza’s disappoint at not being allowed foreign
This week we discuss B-list actor Laurence Fox’s entrance into the London mayoral contest, Dishy Rishi Sunak’s normal-ish budget, and Hogwarts Legacy’s trans-friendly character creation following the JK Rowling controversy from last year. Joini
This week we discuss whether Keir Starmer is the true heir to Blair – with the election prospects to match – why elite podcaster Joe Rogan is refusing to take a Covid-19 vaccine, and the British government’s policy focus on free speech at unive
In this episode of the podcast we speak to Farah London, mayoral candidate in the capital’s elections this May. She accuses Sadiq Khan of letting the city down during the pandemic, outlines how she believes the city’s air pollution can be quick
This week we discuss the great EU vaccine debacle, the GameStop stock mania, and shenanigans at Handforth Parish Council. Those seeking informed legal commentary on parish councils should consult David Allen Green. Joining us is our lack of aut
This week we discuss the benefits scandal that has led the Dutch government to resign, the inauguration of US president Joe Biden, and whether the four lads meme is an example of middle class snobbery. Joining us is Turi Fiorito – Dutchman, EU
This week we discuss the storming of the US Capitol by a band of miscreants, the new Covid-19 restrictions, and the small matter of our exit from the European Union. Joining us isn’t a white guy dressed as a shaman, although we were tempted. Im
Rounding off a year that everyone agrees was thoroughly enjoyable, we present to you the inaugural Right Dishonourable awards. Join us to discuss the greatest blunderer, biggest political opportunist, most cancel-worthy, biggest loser, most dis
This week we discuss how Boris Johnson cancelled Christmas, waste and grift within Britain’s Covid-related procurements, and Liz Truss’s identity politics switcheroo. Joining us is the season of ill will. Image based on Boris Johnson, September
This week we discuss Kay Burley’s lockdown-breaking birthday bash, the regulatory backlash facing Big Tech, and the Keira Bell case’s impact on the use of puberty blockers. Image based on Kay Burley, May 2010 by Ben Sutherland
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