Giving a political ideology a name is easy. Pulling it off is much harder.
Professor Matthew Goodwin joins Christopher Hope to discuss the delayed birth of Johnsonism, why Tories should be paying attention to falling statues, and why he feels sorry for the Prime Minister.
Plus Chair of the Education Committee, Robert Halfon MP, tells us why he thinks the government's response to Education during Covid-19 has been a "national disaster," and TikTok lipsyncing star Meggie Foster reveals how she chooses which pouting politicians to parody.
If you're intrigued by Meggie's fabulous work you can see her videos on Twitter, Instagram or, if you're really down with the kids, TikTok: @meggiefoster |
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