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Braverman, Brazil, and Hancock in the jungle

Braverman, Brazil, and Hancock in the jungle

Update: 2022-11-0213
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Rory and Alastair discuss Suella Braverman's return to the front bench, the significance of security breaches in ministerial positions, and why Tony Blair never had a phone during his time as Prime Minister... Plus debates about the response to asylum seekers in the UK, Lula's success in Brazil's election, Rory's insider knowledge of Rishi Sunak's new cabinet, and Matt Hancock agreeing to participate in I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here.


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Comments (2)

Richard Knocker

loved the episode as ever. May I suggest Edna Adan Ishmail as a female politician for you to talk to? First female foreign minister in Somaliland and I believe her to be a visionary leader

Nov 9th
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Mike

Could listen to Rory talk about defence and intelligence stories for hours honestly, also his voice sounds cool here ngl

Nov 3rd
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Braverman, Brazil, and Hancock in the jungle

Braverman, Brazil, and Hancock in the jungle