The allegations that Jeremy Corbyn was a Czech secret agent were demonstrably false and only backed up by one dodgy source. So why were they pushed by the media and senior Conservatives for so long? We dissect what the row, and Corbyn's response, tells us about British Politics.
Our logo was designed by James Cram and Dave Depper is reponsible for our theme tune.
After a brief holiday Not Enough Champagne is back, and talking about the issues most political podcasts don't have the guts to discuss. Like buses.
What problems are there with the debate over infrastructure in the UK and would Labour's proposed solutions make a difference?
Our logo is designed by James Cram and Dave Depper is responsible for our theme tune.
Not Enough Champagne is taking a very brief holiday, so please enjoy this episode covering the best of our content in 2016, uploaded in full for the first time. We will return with a new episode on Tuesday.
Dave Depper designed our theme tune and James Cram designed our logo.
In this episode, we discuss how a Labour government should outsource public services. Should everything just be brought back in-house, and what exactly is going on at Haringey council?
Our theme tune is Plucky Good Times by Dave Depper, and James Cram designed our logo.
In this episode, we discuss why Britain has had so many directionless governments over the past 25 years. Are there any parallels between Theresa May's administration and those of Gordon Brown and John Major? If so, what do they tell us about the future of British Politics?
Our theme tune is Plucky Good Times by Dave Depper and James Cram designed our logo.