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Laura Kuenssberg and Katya Adler join Adam Fleming and Chris Mason for some geeky gossip about Brexit from Westminster and Brussels (warning: there may be some biscuit chat).
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Dressed Down by Lorraine

Dressed Down by Lorraine

2019-06-1300:37:1012

So Boris takes the lead in the race to be the next PM. But what about Lorraine Kelly throwing shade at Esther McVey? And Adam rediscovers the size of an old haunt.Editor: Dino SofosProducer: Poppy Damon
Brexit minister and Brexitcaster, James Cleverly, tells us why he pulled out of the Tory leadership race. And Justine Greening tells us why she never ran in the first place.Editor: Dino SofosProducer: Poppy Damon
From Tusk ‘til Dawn

From Tusk ‘til Dawn

2019-05-2700:31:5923

So they let us loose on the actual BBC coverage of the Euro election results and it wasn’t a total car crash. Phew. But more importantly, WE’RE GETTING A CAT!!! While you’re helping us think of a name, you can listen back to our ‘best bits’ from the results programme.Editor: Dino SofosProducer: Poppy Damon
TREXIT

TREXIT

2019-05-2400:30:4217

The PM finally chucks in the towel. There are Maybot tears, Cabinet crocodile tears and definitely no whistling
Size Matters

Size Matters

2019-05-2100:27:385

Are those MEP sanctions or are you just happy to see me? And Theresa claps back at Laura for asking about her leadership. Engineer: Edward SwiftProducer: Poppy DamonEditor: Dino Sofos
THANK YOU BREXITCASTERS!

THANK YOU BREXITCASTERS!

2019-05-1900:26:214

WOW… We just won the ‘Listeners’ Choice Award’ at the British Podcast Awards, voted for entirely by listeners. We’re so chuffed and we just wanted to say THANK YOU!Adam, Chris, Dino, Katya and Laura xxx
EX-X-X Party Talks

EX-X-X Party Talks

2019-05-1700:19:38

It’s official, Labour and the Tories can’t come to an agreement over Brexit. Who’d have thunk it? We gather for the wake of the cross-party talks. And what is Porn Hub???
Yeah, we know Theresa May’s pretty much announced her resignation BUT Eurovision is on and Scott Mills off of Radio 1 is in Tel Aviv to bring us up to speed
The Poisoned Chalice Trophy

The Poisoned Chalice Trophy

2019-05-0900:35:12

Horse racing commentator extraordinaire, Cornelius Lysaght, joins us for the Conservative leadership Steeplechase. Who are the runners and riders for the top job?And you’ve only got until Monday 13th May to vote for us in the British Podcast Awards. Head to www.britishpodcastawards/vote - search for Brexitcast and do your thing!
A kick in the ballots

A kick in the ballots

2019-05-0300:20:36

Laura’s been up all night watching the local election results come in… A bad night for the Tories and Labour. A good night for smaller parties. But what does this mean for Brexit?Editor: Dino Sofos
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Comments (286)

Paul Billington

I am so looking forward to the next release.

Jun 9th
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Sean Bullock

no more MPs on this show please. I don't tune in to Brexit cast to listen to tory party line tripe from James Cleverly I want poignant analysis

Jun 7th
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Kirsten Farr

fantastic podcast to get an inside view of brexit

Jun 7th
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Sindhuja Rao

Kirsten Farr quite good explanation

Jun 7th
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Robert Kushnirenko

whoever the lady is on here she is brilliant. well said I don't know your name but you have more balls than many reporters

May 30th
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James

Robert Kushnirenko She has balls but unfortunately less brains - sounds more like she's being interviewed as a member of the brexit party than a BBC interviewer for an MP!

Jun 5th
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Robert Kushnirenko

the way I see it democracy is dead. how can we even discuss a referendum when we haven't actioned the original vote

May 30th
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Craig Taylor

What am I missing? Plenty of analysis suggesting the remain vote is dominate votes for brexit. But seems this only compares the brexit party vote only to lib dems, SNP and Greens. But both the conservative and Labour parties have an official position to leave with a deal. does that not make 34.9% for no-deal brexit (brexit and ukip), 23.2% for brexit with a deal (Labour and conservative) and 40.4% for remain(the rest)...? That said, add together the no deal votes and brexit with a deal votes and you get 59.1% for parties with an official position to leave in one form or another??? after all, while the Labour party have been a bit ambiguous in some regards, the still advocate (officially) leaving with a deal and a vote for them (or the conservative for that matter) is in obvious support if brexit with a deal. if you were strong remain, you would have in this instance votes for a party with a clear remain message. How are we getting to these conclusions?

May 27th
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Eamonn C

Cats are evil. Shun them.

May 27th
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Natasha Smith

listened to trexit the day after it came out (fab as always) but absolutely brilliant whilst randomly channel surfing to WATCH it on Sunday night on BBC news channel. great stuff!

May 26th
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Paul Billington

I just want to say a big "thank you" for this excellent podcast. I am British but live in Switzerland, so I can only watch the car crash that is Brexit from a distance.

May 25th
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Geoff McEvoy

not 9

May 8th
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Paul Billington

very refreshing to hear informed discussion

May 3rd
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chris rolfe

Good serves them right. roll on the next General election.

May 3rd
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Ingrid Linbohm

chris rolfe This analysis is typical of the Brussels Broadcasting Corporation. The bubblesphere of the BBC is incredible.

May 4th
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Rob Floorboards

Hey guys! Am a big fan of the show, but why is the BBC in general so silent on Nancy Pelosi's take on the backstop...

Apr 18th
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Daniel “Demonjack81” Olaleye

if I were to play that I would be drink in 5 mins ......

Apr 11th
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Psychachu [ official ]

LOL, don't we want any Brexit with that extension?

Apr 11th
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Richard Knocker

love this episode - the guests and the young caller. nice to hear sane, thoughtful discussion, rather than the tribal abuse we've been seeing. keep up the good work! #tgfb

Apr 7th
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Daniel “Demonjack81” Olaleye

if only there were not so much garbage in it

Apr 3rd
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Bill H

Keep the wittiness. We all need it. Some day you can all collapse in Kitty O'Sheas when it's all over.

Mar 29th
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Andy Hall

Stay. Democracy should always be honoured. Two referendums in the last 5 years. Two instances where the victors have engaged in election fraud and lies in order to win. Tha thats not democracy. Scotland and Northern Ireland voted to remain. Our majority should be listened to just as much as anybody else's. Plus if they cant even organise leaving, how can the WM government be trusted with anything else?

Mar 29th
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Neil Wyllis

The utter contempt that the European leaders have for the people of Britain has been trumped by that shameless, self centred group that, for now, inhabit our parliament. A disgrace. vote them all out first chance you get. Leave

Mar 29th
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