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A weekly politics podcast presented by Adam Boulton. The Sky News political team provides in-depth context and analysis around the big issues in politics in the UK and beyond.

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A weekly politics podcast presented by Adam Boulton. The Sky News political team provides in-depth context and analysis around the big issues in politics in the UK and beyond.

    Delay, Diplomacy and.....Dominic

    Delay, Diplomacy and.....Dominic

    Adam Boulton and guests reflect on the week that was on the home and international fronts.

    The fallout from the G7 summit in Cornwall, the ongoing row over the Northern Ireland protocol, the Prime Minister's decision to delay removing all Covid restrictions in England by four weeks and the latest explosive claims by his former adviser Dominic Cummings.

    They also examine this week's meeting between Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden in Geneva and the potential for a resetting of relations.

    Joining Adam are the chief leader writer at The Observer, Sonia Sodha, Conservative commentator Tim Montgomerie and Sky's deputy political editor Sam Coates

    • 46 min
    G7: The UK's place in the world

    G7: The UK's place in the world

    Adam Boulton and guests assess the UK's place in the world as the G7 summit gets underway in Cornwall.
    Where are we with the special relationship with the US? How are the leaders going to address the coronavirus pandemic and accelerate the progress of vaccinating the world?
    And what about the row over the government's decision to cut the aid budget which has angered many Conservative MPs this week?
    Joining Adam this week are the writer for The Times and The Center for European Policy Analysis, Edward Lucas, the Director of The British Foreign Policy Group Sophia Gaston and Sky's foreign affairs editor Deborah Haynes.

    • 49 min
    'Domshell' - The fallout

    'Domshell' - The fallout

    Adam Boulton and guests discuss the explosive evidence given by the Prime Minister's former adviser Dominic Cummings to two select committees on the government's handling of the pandemic. In seven hours of testimony, Mr Cummings said that 'tens of thousands of people died, who didn't need to die,' suggested Boris Johnson is 'not fit for office' and argued that the Health Secretary should have been sacked 'for at least 15 to 20 things.'
    'Fascinating but incendiary' was one MP's take on it as the government insists it's focused on the vaccine rollout and saving lives.
    Joining Adam to examine the fallout and the response to Mr Cummings' claims are:
    The Spectator's deputy political editor Katy Balls, the journalist and author Rob Hutton
    and Sky's chief political correspondent Jon Craig.

    • 44 min
    Covid Restrictions: Messaging and decision making

    Covid Restrictions: Messaging and decision making

    Adam Boulton and guests focus on government messaging and decision making on Covid restrictions. With the Indian variant of the virus being talked about as a potential threat to the June 21st 'grand reopening' what options are open to the Prime Minister.
    And what exactly ARE the rules on travelling somewhere on the 'Amber' list after a week of somewhat mixed messaging.
    Joining Adam this week are: The Guardian columnist Rafael Behr, the deputy political editor of the Telegraph Lucy Fisher and Sky's chief political correspondent Jon Craig.

    • 42 min
    Looking forward: Labour, Queen's Speech and Covid Inquiry

    Looking forward: Labour, Queen's Speech and Covid Inquiry

    Adam Boulton and guests examine the fallout from last week's elections from a Labour perspective and assess the government's policy agenda following the Queen's Speech.

    They also look ahead to the public inquiry into the government's handling of coronavirus pandemic.

    Joining Adam this week are the Assistant Comment Editor at The Telegraph Olivia Utley, The Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee and Sky's chief political correspondent Jon Craig.

    • 42 min
    Hartlepool - Tory gain, Labour pain

    Hartlepool - Tory gain, Labour pain

    Adam Boulton and guests discuss the fallout from the Hartlepool by-election as the Conservatives take the seat from Labour for the first time in 57 years.
    Another chunk of the Red Wall has been dismantled leading to some tough questions for Sir Keir Starmer over his grip on Labour and its future direction.
    Joining Adam to analyse where it went wrong for Labour are the Director of the IPPR North think tank Sarah Longlands, the co-founder and Director of Deltapoll Joe Twyman
    and Sky's chief political correspondent Jon Craig.

    • 53 min

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130 Ratings

130 Ratings

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In order to provide a balanced view, this podcast ends with a boring bunch of panelists. Even though it may appear different peoples every time, but they all talked very similarly.

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Balance not anywhere as usual and if your guests hate the PM even more than you. We long suffering news addicts are awaiting GB News so that we get balance. A whole week W1 Bubble has banged on about wallpaper, bodies, texts and even though the BBC have had to apologise For misrepresenting facts, Sky just carry on. I fear your brand and you personally are a joke, goodbye

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