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LBC presenter Iain Dale and former Labour Home Secretary Jacqui Smith untangle the world of politics and media. Expect plenty of jokey banter and informed speculation.

LBC presenter Iain Dale and former Labour Home Secretary Jacqui Smith untangle the world of politics and media. Expect plenty of jokey banter and informed speculation.
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London, United Kingdom

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LBC presenter Iain Dale and former Labour Home Secretary Jacqui Smith untangle the world of politics and media. Expect plenty of jokey banter and informed speculation.

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English


Episodes

DAILY TRAIL: Boris picking and choosing interviews

12/6/2019
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In this episode Shealgh Fogarty is joined by LBC's Matthew Thompson. They dicusses Boris defending his decision not to do Andrew Neil interview. Tony Blair and John Major appear alongside each other to urge tactical voting and the leaked document on trade deal impact on Northern Ireland dismissed by the Tories.

Duration:00:21:15

DAILY TRAIL: Brexit Exit for MEP's & Andrew Neil still waiting for Boris

12/5/2019
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In this episode, Shelagh and Iain look at whether the wheels are starting to come off Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party with the loss of four MEP’s? Boris Johnson refuses to commit to doing an interview with Andrew Neil. Is Sajid Javid right or wrong when he says Labour are to blame for the rise in homelessness and seventy Labour staffers give statements to antisemitism inquiry. Plus would Jeremy Corbyn stand down if he loses this election?

Duration:00:27:19

For The Many: Nice Beaver

12/5/2019
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Jacqui Smith & Iain Dale discuss the NATO summit, Justin Trudeau’s faux pas, the LibDem XR protest, the New Statesman refusing to endorse Corbyn and Jeremy Corbyn’s irritating habit… Jacqui reveals she wished she hadn’t contested the 2010 election and they both relate how it feels to lose an election.

Duration:00:35:32

DAILY TRAIL: Trump labels Trudeau 'Two-Faced'

12/4/2019
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Did diplomacy fail when Justin Trudeau was caught on camera laughing behind the President’s back at Buckingham Palace? And was it diplomatic for the President to call him ‘two-faced’? Shelagh reveals for the first time ever that she supports Trump, plus what can we read into the President cancelling his press conference at the Nato summit?

Duration:00:19:19

ELECTION: Sadiq Khan responds to London Bridge Attack & where’s Moggy?

12/4/2019
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In this episode Ann Widdecombe tells us what offers she had from Number 10 to stand aside. Michael Gove is quizzed over that confusing number of new nurses they plan for the NHS. Sadiq Khan is asked what went wrong at London Bridge that led to the deaths of Jack Merritt and Saskia Jones and Labour’s Barry Gardiner is put on the spot about Labour’s Brexit position

Duration:00:36:34

Iain Dale introduces Rule Britannia with Tom Swarbrick

12/4/2019
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If you're enjoying this podcast, then you should listen to Rule Britannia! Join LBC's Tom Swarbrick as he interviews leading experts, politicians and industry influencers to gather a weekly round up of the most important world news and hidden topics that you won't have heard about. Find out just what goes on behind closed doors and how today's decisions will affect Britains future. Coming soon. Search for Rule Britannia, subscribe on Global player or wherever you get your podcasts, now!

Duration:00:01:55

DAILY TRAIL: Columbo, Trump and Ronnie Corbett

12/3/2019
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In this episode Shelagh and Iain examine the words coming out of Donald Trump’s mouth as he held nearly an hour long press conference here in London. Should we trust him when he says he’s not interested in the NHS? And as Columbo would say, just one more thing....Is the President correct when he says that he predicted Brexit the day before Brexit happened?

Duration:00:25:48

DAILY TRAIL: Politicisation of London Bridge & Donald Trump's Arrvial

12/2/2019
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In this episode Shelagh and Iain look at the politicisation of the terror attack at London Bridge and whether it was inevitable that the debate would form part of the campaigns? Also what impact will Donald Trump have on the election when he touches down in the UK? Plus Shelagh and Iain work out their UKIP names.

Duration:00:30:27

ELECTION: Boris Johnson Interview with Nick Ferrari

12/2/2019
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In this episode, you can hear the full unedited interview with Prime Minister Boris Johnson where he is questioned over the NHS, Donald Trump and his comments about single mothers. Also when was the last time Boris had a Greggs sausage roll?

Duration:01:06:11

For The Many: The Bravery of Crowds

11/30/2019
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Iain Dale and Jacqui Smith review the London Bridge terror attack and try to work out what effect, if any, it might have on the election campaign. They review the latest polls and debates and review the performances of the 7 politicians who took part in Friday’s BBC debate in Cardiff. Smut Quota: Very Low

Duration:01:01:17

DAILY TRAIL: London Bridge Incident & Boris on LBC

11/29/2019
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In this episode having just come off air Shelagh discusses with Iain the importance of factual reporting during on going incidents such as London Bridge. They also look to the seven way TV debate and whether Channel 4 was right to use an ice scuplture as a stand in for Boris?

Duration:00:27:37

DAILY TRAIL: Whats a billion Between Friends

11/29/2019
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Today Iain Dale is joined by LBC's Senior Reporter Matthew Thompson. The pair talk about the IFS, Women in politics and Northern Ireland.

Duration:00:24:44

For The Many: Thin Gruel

11/28/2019
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Iain Dale and Jacqui Smith turn their attention to a rather thin Tory manifesto, Labour’s promise to the WASPI women, Jeremy Corbyn’s car crash interview with Andrew Neil and whether the NHS is for sale to America. Jacqui explains her reverse advent calendar and they pay tribute to Clive James. Smut quota: Non existent

Duration:00:41:15

DAILY TRAIL: Is The NHS Up For Sale?

11/27/2019
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Shelagh and Iain focus their attention on labour, saying the NHS is up for sale! Labour aren’t free yet as the pair reflect on the interview with Andrew Neil and Jeremy Corbyn. Also, they pay their respects to the late Gary Rhodes, Jonathan Miller and Clive James.

Duration:00:25:02

DAILY TRAIL: Chief Rabbi Intervention & Register to Vote!

11/26/2019
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In this episode Shelagh and Iain examine the intervention by the Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, who highlights the anxieties over Mr Corbyn’s fitness to govern. Have religious leaders always been vocal in general elections? Plus Tuesday the 26th November is last day to register to vote, with over 2 million registering already, what impact will this have on the election result?

Duration:00:22:11

DAILY TRAIL: Skinnyfesto's and Baaaaaaa

11/25/2019
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Shelagh and Iain turn their attention to the Tory manifesto and Jo Swinson's comments on Andrew Marr's programme about trans women. We also learn something very interesting about Iain's mum.

Duration:00:29:27

ELECTION: Swinson on Prince Andrew and candidates failing to know their manifesto

11/25/2019
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In this episode Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson shares her views over that Prince Andrew interview. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab is asked about the Conservative Press Office fake fact check account. Nigel Farage reveals who he will be voting for and two Lib Dem candidates fail to know the detail of their manifesto.

Duration:00:34:42

For The Many: Fluffy Bunnies

11/24/2019
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Iain Dale and Jacqui Smith examine the latest election developments including the Labour and Brexit Party manifestos, the BBC Question Time debates, why some politicians are being hidden from us in this campaign, and much more besides. They also play ‘fluffy bunnies’ (yes, really) and Jacqui explains some unfortunate happenings at her yoga class. Smut quota: Middling to low.

Duration:01:36:11

DAILY TRAIL: Brexit Party Manifesto & Social Care

11/22/2019
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In this episode Shealgh & Iain look at the Brexit Party's 'contract with the people' and what each of the parties stance is on social care.

Duration:00:23:18

DAILY TRAIL: Labour Manifesto & Priti Patel's Poverty Comments

11/21/2019
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In today’s episode, we look at the Labour Manifesto Launch and Home Secretary Priti Patel’s comments that Government is not to blame for poverty. Also what brings Iain close to tears? Download to find out!

Duration:00:23:50