How not to challenge Trump

February 4, 2017

On this week's spiked podcast, Brendan O'Neill discusses the anti-Trump protests, Naomi Firsht reports on the state of the French presidential election, and Jon Holbrook explains why judges should never rule on politics.

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Last Orders: ‘No, roast potatoes don’t give you cancer’

January 28, 2017

On this edition of Last Orders, the spiked podcast on all things nanny state, Tom Slater, Chris Snowdon and John O'Connell discuss public health's annual January guilt-fest, the latest junk science on alcohol, and the potential perils of eating burnt toast.

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‘The battle for democracy is only just beginning’

January 21, 2017

On this week's spiked podcast, Tom Slater discusses the fallout from Theresa May's Brexit speech, Pauline Hadaway explains the political crisis in Northern Ireland, and Sean Collins looks at Barack Obama's political legacy.

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Why liberals are now falling for fake news

January 14, 2017

On this week's spiked podcast, Brendan O'Neill talks Trump and fake news; Josie Appleton discusses her new book, Officious: Rise of the Busybody State; and Alan Miller looks at Fabric, drugs and the war on nightlife. www.spiked-online.com

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‘The PC war is becoming interminable’

January 7, 2017

On this week's spiked podcast, Tom Slater talks about the relationship between liberals and the alt-right; Bridget Yuill tells the story of the teaching-assistant strikes in Durham; and Norman Lewis punctures the fear of technology. www.spiked-online.com

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‘Aleppo confirms that the first casualty of war is truth’

December 17, 2016

On this week's spiked podcast, Brendan O'Neill discusses the war in Syria; Joanna Williams looks at the rise of gender-neutral language; and Sean Collins debunks the hysteria around Russian hacking. www.spiked-online.com

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Using the law against the people

December 11, 2016

On this week's spiked podcast Luke Gittos discusses the latest legal challenges to Brexit; Emily Dinsmore defends free speech on campus; and Dominic Standish explores the Italian referendum. spiked-online.com

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‘The fight for Brexit goes on’

December 3, 2016

On this week's spiked podcast, Bruno Waterfield looks at the legal challenges to Brexit, Naomi Firsht discusses the upcoming French elections and Tom Slater explains why spiked is still defending democracy. spiked-online.com

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The rise of the booze burqa

November 26, 2016

In the latest episode of Last Orders, our podcast on all things nanny state, Tom Slater and Chris Snowdon are joined by filmmaker Martin Durkin to talk about booze curtains, Toblerones and the war on fizzy drinks. www.spiked-online.com

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Meet the cartoonist being punished for giving offence

November 19, 2016

On this week's spiked podcast, Bill Leak tells the story of his run-in with the Australian Human Rights Commission, and why he's still standing up for free speech. spiked-online.com

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