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Unparliamentary Language

48 EpisodesProduced by TTSS ProductionsWebsite

Rob and Tom dissect the British political landscape.


304: Britain, a Large, Unravelling Jumper

Rob and Tom discuss The Queen’s Speech, how the parties responded and the chances of Brexit being delivered on 31st October. With your usual Quick Polls Update.


- [0:00] Intro

- [01:07] Main Story: Queen's Speech

- [12:59] Part 1: Brexit

- [21:26] Part 2: The Economy

- [25:12] Part 3: Health

- [28:53] Part 4: Law And Orderrrr

- [34:36] Part 5: Devolution

- [43:02] Part 6: Voter ID

- [49:30] Labour's Response

- [53:30] Where Next For Brexit?

- [1:12:38] Quick Polls Update

- [1:18:33] Outro


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- Sky News: The Queen’s Speech In Full

- Freakonomics: The Prime Minister Who Cried Brexit

- Twitter: Robert Peston on the budget

- The Guardian: Tories Distract from Brexit with Crime Focussed Queen’s Speech

- The Guardian: UK to Face Questions Over Northern Ireland Citizenship Laws

- The Guardian: Jeremy Corbyn Hits Out at ‘Farcical’ Queen’s Speech

- Briefing Paper: Acts and Statutory Instruments: the volume of UK legislation 1850 to 2019

- Daily Mail: WAG War

- The Independent: Apologises For Calling Merkel a ‘kraut’

- FT: Jacob Rees-Mogg Urges Compromise

- Twitter: Video with JRM

- Britain Elects: Westminster Voting Intention

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- Recording engineer: Craig

- Theme song: Handel's Water Music (Public Domain under CC0 1.0) with Big Ben Chimes (By hyderpotter under CC0 1.0).

- Main Image: State Opening of Parliament 2008 IV by Robert Sharp under CC by A 2.0

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