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On this week’s spiked podcast: Maryam Namazie on the protests in Iran, Tom Slater on the truth behind Michael Wolff’s Fire and Fury, and Christina Hoff Sommers on what’s wrong with feminism.
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On spiked's Christmas podcast: Kurdish fighter Macer Gifford on the war in Syria and Iraq, Dame Ann Leslie on the year feminists went soft, and Labour MP Kate Hoey on why Brexit is still brilliant. spiked-online.com
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