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Corbynism: The Post-Mortem is a limited Podcast series investigating Corbynism, and the impact Jeremy Corbyn’s tenure as Labour leader had on British politics, hosted by Oz Katerji.

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Corbynism: The Post-Mortem is a limited Podcast series investigating Corbynism, and the impact Jeremy Corbyn’s tenure as Labour leader had on British politics, hosted by Oz Katerji.

    The Suspension Of Jeremy Corbyn

    The Suspension Of Jeremy Corbyn

    Joining us on this very special edition of the podcast, to discuss the EHRC report into Labour's institutional antisemitism, Corbyn’s suspension, and where the Labour Party goes from here, we are privileged to be joined by Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland, human rights barrister Adam Wagner, former Labour MP Ruth Smeeth and the New Statesman's political editor Stephen Bush.

    If you would like to support the show, please consider subscribing to our Patreon, or making a donation via PayPal.

    A huge thank you also goes out to Lathe and Co Wealth Advisors for sponsoring this episode!

    • 1h 12 min
    The Leaked Dossier

    The Leaked Dossier

    As Sir Kier Starmer began his leadership of the Labour Party, an explosive internal party dossier allegedly drafted in response to the EHRC investigation leaked online after news broke that Labour's own lawyers advised against submitting it.

    Joining us in Episode 12, our first episode of the Post-Corbyn era, to discuss the Labour Leak, the party’s response to the antisemitism crisis and what this document means for the future of the party, are privileged The New Statesman’s Stephen Bush, journalist Nadine Batchelor-Hunt and the Jewish Labour Movement's national secretary Peter Mason.

    If you would like to support the show, please consider subscribing to our Patreon, or making a donation via PayPal.

    • 1h 23 min
    The Left's Foreign Secretary

    The Left's Foreign Secretary

    Discussing foreign policy, anti-imperialism and who stands on ‘the right side of history’ we are joined by the chair of the Foreign Affairs committee, Conservative MP Tom Tugendhat, and, also sitting on the select committee, the SNP’s Defence spokesperson, Stewart McDonald. 

    For a Labour perspective, we are also privileged to be joined by former foreign policy advisor to Robin Cook, David Clark.



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    • 1h 29 min
    The Leader's Office

    The Leader's Office

    With just over a week left to go of the Labour leadership election we are exploring life in Jeremy Corbyn’s office during his tenure. With us for Episode 10 to explore factionalism, Corbyn's response to the antisemitism crisis and Labour’s election results, we are privileged to be joined by a very special guest, James Mills, former special adviser to both Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell.

    A full transcription of the episode can be found at our website.

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    • 1h 17 min
    The Red Wall Crumbles

    The Red Wall Crumbles

    The loss of Labour's traditional northern heartlands was one of the most devastating elements of the 2019 general election defeat. In Episode 9, we explore just how Labour's 'Red Wall' turned blue as we are joined by the former MP for Stoke-on-Trent North, Ruth Smeeth.

    A full transcription of the episode can be found at our website.

    If you would like to support the show, please consider subscribing to our Patreon, or making a donation via PayPal.

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    • 51 min
    Understanding Corbynomics

    Understanding Corbynomics

    Corbyn swept aside all competitors for the Labour leadership contest by promising a radical rethink of the British economy and ending years of Tory austerity. But what are Corbyn’s economic principles, and were they really as popular with the electorate as Labour say?

    Here to explain those questions and more, Episode 8 of Corbynism: The Post-Mortem features left wing economic heavyweights Frances Coppola, Paul Mason, and one of the economists initially brought in by Labour for consultation, Danny Blanchflower.

    A full transcription of the episode can be found at our website.

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    • 1h 11 min

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