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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.

    Cabinet reshuffle: What happened and why?

    Cabinet reshuffle: What happened and why?

    It wasn't supposed to end like this. Or was it? Sajid Javid's shock resignation as Chancellor was the main focus of the Cabinet reshuffle but what happened and why?
    Adam Boulton and guests dissect the behind-closed-doors discussions which resulted in the Prime Minister having much more sway over his new Chancellor's economic plans.
    They also assess the reasoning behind the sacking of the popular Northern Ireland Secretary Julian Smith, whether Sinn Fein's gain in last week's election in the Republic of Ireland increases the chances of a referendum on unification and try to solve the conundrum of who DID pay for the PM's new year holiday.
    Joining Adam this week are the comment and features Editor of City AM Rachel Cunliffe, the writer and author of 'Who's Afraid of the Easter Rising' and 'The European Union and the End of Politics' James Heartfield, Sky's political correspondent Tamara Cohen and Sky's senior Ireland correspondent David Blevins.

    • 40分
    Relationships: The EU, the media and the climate change debate

    Relationships: The EU, the media and the climate change debate

    Relationships are the focus of this week's All Out Politics podcast. The UK's future relationship with the European Union. Will it be 'Canada' or 'Australia' or another arrangement?

    The mainstream media's relationship with 10 Downing Street following this week's confusion over which journalists were allowed access to an official government briefing.

    And the political relationship with the issue of climate change as the Prime Minister sacks a former minister who was due to chair a UN climate conference in Glasgow later this year. This as it's announced that the sale of all petrol and diesel cars will be banned by 2035.

    Joining Adam Boulton this week are Director of the British Foreign Policy Group Sophia Gaston, visiting professor at London South Bank University James Woudhysen and Sky's political correspondent Joe Pike.

    • 52分
    How will our time in the European Union be remembered?

    How will our time in the European Union be remembered?

    As the UK prepares to officially leave the European Union, this week's podcast features reflections on its 47 years as a member.
    Adam Boulton and guests discuss the pros and cons of being part of the union and what the future relationship could look like.
    And in the week the BBC announced hundreds of job cuts in its news division, they assess how the corporation can sustain itself.
    Joining Adam this week are the director of the Demos think tank Polly Mackenzie, director of Labour Future Campaign Brendan Chilton and Sky's chief political correspondent Jon Craig.

    • 41分
    The politics of the Flybe rescue deal

    The politics of the Flybe rescue deal

    Has the government changed its policy on struggling companies following the Flybe rescue deal? Who would the Tories want to win the Labour leadership race - and who should they fear?
    And is it worth cranking up Big Ben to mark Brexit on 31st January.
    Some of the questions Adam Boulton and guests try to answer on this week's edition of the All Out Politics podcast. They also assess the diplomatic situation over Iran and the state of the Union as the Stormont Assembly reconvenes and the Prime Minister refuses Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon a second independence referendum. Joining Adam this week are the historian Peter Frankopan, the author Joanna Williams and Sky News correspondent Ali Fortescue.

    • 47分
    How has the PM handled the Iran crisis?

    How has the PM handled the Iran crisis?

    Adam Boulton and guests discuss the political and diplomatic tensions over Iran and Boris Johnson's response to this week's developments. They also assess the candidates in the running to succeed Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader. Joining Adam this week are The Daily Telegraph's chief political correspondent Christopher Hope, the historian and screenwriter Alex von Tunzelmann and Sky's deputy political editor Sam Coates.

    • 50分
    Review of the political year

    Review of the political year

    In the final episode of 2019, Adam Boulton and guests review a tumultuous year in British politics.
    Best and worst political moments? The star of 2019? Who will be most missed? What next for Brexit? And predictions for 2020. Joining Adam in the studio are Lee Jones from Queen Mary University in London and co-founder of The Full Brexit; Director of the British Foreign Policy Group Sophia Gaston and Sky's chief political correspondent Jon Craig.

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