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Today I'm joined by Tim Marshall in London, editor of thewhatandthewhy.com to do our monthly look at world politics away from the special relationship’.

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Nathaniel Wayne discusses Gender Fluidity and as the State of Vermont considers a 3rd gender option on driver's licenses.

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After Oprah's barnstorming speech at the Golden Globes are “celeb” candidates here to stay? Is Trump’s election win a turning point in American presidential politics?

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Jacob Zuma, South Africa's scandal-hit president, may not see out his second term.

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In a week that has seen the Tory rebels finally rebel we ask will the Tory rebellion give Parliament a much greater say in leaving the European Union? Are the Commons defying the will of the people in the referendum?

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Do the president's tweets mark a sad and low moment for Anglo American relations

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In a week that has seen that Russia used hundreds of fake accounts to tweet about Brexit, we look at the psychology around Fake news and demonising legitimate media scrutiny.

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In a week that has seen yet another senseless mass shooting in The States which the gun lobby would tell us has nothing to do with guns we ask is Britain ungovernable?

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Was Corbyn right when he said are the Tories more interested in fighting amongst themselves then solving problems?

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Gun Violence and how The U.S. Compares With Other Countries.

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In a week in which President Donald Trump’s poll numbers and approval ratings stabilize and move up slightly over the past month, we ask is Trump and his break

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Today I’m joined by Peter Joseph an American independent filmmaker and political activist.

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The Grenfell Tower fire occurred on 14 June 2017 at a 24-storey, high tower block of public housing flats in North Kensington, West London, England.

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Roifield talks to Amina Lone about running for office and white working class disillusionment.

Chit Chat and gabble about the news from both sides of the pond