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Rebels with a cause: Never Mind The Bar Charts #19

A red apple on a tree

Image by Mircea Ploscar from Pixabay.

Welcome to the latest episode of Never Mind The Bar Charts, in which Stephen Tall and I discuss the growing number of recruits to the Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Party, the unusual set of seats the party is targeting for the general election, why Will Hutton is wrong about Jeremy Corbyn and why everyone should go read Gaby Hinsliff.

Plus an extended digression about cake, apples and grandmothers.

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One response to “Rebels with a cause: Never Mind The Bar Charts #19”

  1. Very interesting and worthwhile, but I wish you hadn’t taken over 3 minutes to get to the point (as advertised): the unusual set of seats the party is targeting for the general election. I was patient enough to sit through it but I can imagine that several listeners (esp. younger, less patient listeners) may not have been so patient.

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