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Not Enough Champagne

Not Enough Champagne is a podcast about people, politics and pragmatism. Cory Hazlehurst and Steve Haynes discuss political matters from a moderate perspective. We try and take a step back from partisan bickering to discuss how parties can compromise and bring about change for the better.
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Now displaying: August, 2017
Aug 27, 2017

Not Enough Champagne continues its silly season speculations by discussing the Lib Dems for the first time in a while. We talk about which of the many versions of Vince Cable will lead the party, and why he might struggle to lead the party back to the promised land. Was the election a good result for the Lib Dems, and will they be able to increase their number of seats in subsequent contests?

Not Enough Champagne's theme tune is Plucky Good Times by Dave Depper and our logo is designed by James Cram.

Aug 20, 2017

The silly season on Not Enough Champagne continues with a look at Moggmentum, the cult of Jacob Rees-Mogg. Can he really become Prime Minister? Now with added Latin.

Our logo is designed by James Cram and our theme tune is Plucky Good Times by Dave Depper.

Aug 7, 2017

Birmingham Fabian Society takes a break from discussing all things Brum and instead gets into the swing of the silly season by talking about the Donald Trump administration. What can possibly go wrong?

Aug 6, 2017

As the silly season begins, Steve and Cory idly muse about the fate of Theresa May and who might succeed her as leader.

We take a break next Sunday so the next Not Enough Champagne episode will be released on Sunday, August 20th.

Our theme tune is Plucky Good Times by Dave Depper and our logo is designed by James Cram.

Aug 4, 2017

In West of Centre, the Birmingham Fabians podcast brought to you by Not Enough Champagne, we discuss the background to the binmen's strike and how it might be resolved. Cory is joined by Luke John Davies, chair of the Birmingham Fabian Society, as well as Councillor John Cotton.

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