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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.

    Advisers advise but do they decide?

    Advisers advise but do they decide?

    Advisers advise and politicians decide, as the saying goes, and the Prime Minister has decided that his man stays put.
    In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, a political controversy as Boris Johnson's senior adviser Dominic Cummings is accused of breaking lockdown rules by travelling from London to Durham in March.
    On this week's AOP podcast, Adam Boulton and guests discuss the role of the adviser, whether Mr Cummings is indispensable and the fact that the whole affair has polarised public opinion.
    Joining Adam this week the co-author of “The Powers Behind the Prime Minister: The Hidden Influence of Number Ten,” Sir Anthony Seldon; co-author of “National Populism: The Revolt Against Liberal Democracy” Professor Matthew Goodwin and Sky's political correspondent Tamara Cohen.

    • 47 分鐘
    The blame game begins

    The blame game begins

    Adam Boulton and guests examine the care homes controversy and how it has become the focal point of political and social debate.
    They discuss the blame game that appears to be opening up between ministers and scientists over the advice given and the decisions taken in the fight against the pandemic.
    And the debate over contact tracing is on the agenda as a government target is missed but the Prime Minister responds by promising a world beating system by June.
    Joining Adam this week are The Times columnist Melanie Phillips, the editor of politics.co.uk Ian Dunt and Sky's people and politics correspondent Nick Martin.

    • 40 分鐘
    The economic consequences of the pandemic

    The economic consequences of the pandemic

    The economy takes centre stage on this week's All Out Politics podcast as Adam Boulton and guests assess the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

    As scientists keep watch on the 'R' rate of infection, the 'R-word' has returned to the economic discourse with the Chancellor admitting the UK is facing a significant recession.

    The panel explore the messaging from the devolved nations and the challenges confronting the pandemic as a 'United' Kingdom.

    And is there a consensus on Adam's view that female leaders of the world have handled the situation better than their male counterparts?

    Joining the podcast this week are the Comment Editor of City AM, Rachel Cunliffe, the chief executive of the Ipsos MORI Ben Page and Sky's senior Ireland correspondent David Blevins.

    • 44 分鐘
    Track and trace: The technology debate

    Track and trace: The technology debate

    Adam Boulton and guests discuss the new NHS contact-tracing app that's being trialled in the Isle of Wight to help slow the spread of Covid-19.

    But the decision to go it alone has attracted criticism from privacy campaigners and tech experts who argue it will not be as effective as incorporating the global footprint of Apple and Google.

    In this week's All Out Politics podcast, the panel debate whether the centralised system envisaged by NHSX is more favourable than the decentralised option. And how receptive are the public to the idea of more data gathering?

    Joining Adam to examine the issues are the author of 'Big Data: Does Size Matter?' Timandra Harkness, the visiting professor of forecasting and innovation at London South Bank University, James Woodhuysen - and Sky's Technology correspondent Rowland Manthorpe.

    • 56 分鐘
    The lockdown: Can you separate the politics from the science?

    The lockdown: Can you separate the politics from the science?

    As Boris Johnson returns to Number Ten, what lessons can the UK learn from its global counterparts on easing the lockdown?

    The next phase of what the government's calling the 'new normal' is on the horizon so Adam Boulton and guests discuss what that could look like and examine the approach taken by Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.

    Could this be China's moment as it emerges from the other side of the virus? And how is this crisis affecting Russian president Vladimir Putin? The geopolitics of the pandemic is ripe for discussion.

    Joining Adam this week - from Poland, staff writer at The Atlantic Anne Applebaum: from Edinburgh, columnist at The Scotsman Joyce McMillan and from Brussels Sky's Europe correspondent Adam Parsons.

    • 47 分鐘
    When will ministers ease the lockdown?

    When will ministers ease the lockdown?

    As MPs 'virtually' return to Westminster, there are some big political decisions to make over the easing of social restrictions to reignite the economy.
    Adam Boulton and guests discuss the options and predict where we will be in July.
    And what of Sir Keir Starmer as he uses his first appearance at PMQs as Labour leader to accuse the government of being too slow to respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
    Joining Adam this week are The Times columnist Melanie Phillips, the editor of politics.co.uk Ian Dunt and Sky's political correspondent Tamara Cohen.

    • 45 分鐘

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