It’s a new year, with all the exciting new possibilities it brings. Not really. We’re condemned to go round and round the same hellish circle until the end of time. Or Brexit Day. Whichever comes sooner.
In the first podcast of 2019, we assess Theresa May’s second attempt to get her Brexit plan through the Commons, even though she doesn’t appear to have actually changed it in any meaningful way.
Plus the increasingly desperate efforts by MPs to frustrate Brexit, even though many don’t actually seem to understand what No Deal means.
Meanwhile, we lift the rock to see the kind of halfwits scuttling around outside Westminster, screaming abuse at people who have the audacity to hold different opinions to them.
Plus, as Kate Bush makes it clear she’s not a Tory, we look at the party’s long-running trouble attracting celebrity endorsements.