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The British Dream: Who Is Actually In Charge?

Working through the post-election confusion, hype and Corbyn-mania.

by Simon Childs, Sam Wolfson, Sirin Kale, and Angus Harrison
09 July 2017, 9:17am

Welcome back to the British Dream. A lot has changed since the election. Jeremy Corbyn is the Prime Minster, except he's not. Theresa May can't be leader, but somehow, technically, she is. Tory austerity is coming to an end, in the form of a £1 billion sop to Northern Ireland to keep the Tories in power. So who's really in charge here? Join us for a big bag of cans as we try and sort through the mess, and talk to Simon Elmer from Architects for Social Housing about the Grenfell Tower fire, as well as a Brussels insider to give us the Brexit 411.

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