The former Labour shadow chancellor talked to VICE News about the "criminally negligent" UK government and the "predictable" Keir Starmer.
We caught up with the Shadow Chancellor earlier today, after the Supreme Court ruled that Boris Johnson had prorogued Parliament illegally.
Looking at the new relationship between striking workers and Labour's leadership.
Meanwhile, the cursed Churchill discourse is still going on, and GPs are plying the elderly with anti-depressants.
Is it "constructive ambiguity" or just a lot of different people disagreeing their way through a constitutional crisis?
And everything else you need to know about this year's party get-together.
Grenfell inquiry to open with victim tributes after venue changed to prevent survivors being traumatised by tube journey.
Apparently they "almost came to blows" after this week's 'Question Time'.
Asking criminals what they think of being given free money.
The Tories will be gleefully repeating it for years to come, so let's try to understand the Shadow Chancellor's "Little Red Book" moment.
And spent the rest of the afternoon running around central London throwing smoke bombs and trying not to get arrested.