Steve and Cory talk about various stories about climate change in 2019. Does the heatwave show that London's climate will become the same as Barcelona by 2050? How is climate change affecting life in India, Nepal and Somalia? And what do we mean by "climate grief"?
James Cram designed our logo and Dave Depper is responsible for our theme tune, Plucky Good Times.
Steve and Cory reconvene to discuss the imminent arrival in Number 10 of Boris Johnson.
The blogs on postmodern politics by Chris Dillow are here: https://stumblingandmumbling.typepad.com/stumbling_and_mumbling/2019/03/postmodern-politics.html and here: https://stumblingandmumbling.typepad.com/stumbling_and_mumbling/2019/06/the-tories-imaginary-world.html
Cory and Charlotte Galpin talk about the academic phenomenon of the glass cliff and how that applies to Theresa May.
Released later than planned because of the Cricket World Cup Final, Cory talks with David Barker about a James Frayne article on Conservative Home. He wrote a column on five lessons we've learned from the Conservative Leadership race so far, which you can read here. https://www.conservativehome.com/thecolumnists/2019/06/james-frayne-lessons-we-are-learning-during-this-leadership-contest.html
There is still no Steve Haynes, sadly, because David stole his voice.
Our theme tune is Plucky Good Times by Dave Depper and James Cram designed our logo.
Cory talks to Charlotte Galpin from the University of Birmingham about the new European Parliament, the appointments to the EU Commission, and what this tells us about the European Union.
James Cram designed our logo and Dave Depper is responsible for our theme tune.