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Each episode offers an in-depth overview on a new topic, with a range of views from politicians, experts and journalists. From immigration and education to public spending and the NHS.With high profile politicians, including party leaders, Politics On FUBAR is uncensored and unregulated. No question is off limits. Think Question Time with no holds barred.

Latest Episodes

Episode 14 - Disability in the Workplace

EWelcome to a new month and a new presenter! This week Mike Buonaiuto stepped up to the microphone to host a show centred on Disability in the Workplace. Mike is the Executive Director of a social change organisation called Shape History. Hit play for an engaging conversation about accessibility, stigma, unemployment and the UN. Featuring interviews with Sheffield Hallam MP, Jared O’Mara and Paralympian Helen Scott MBE.

-1 s2017 SEP 2
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Episode 14 - Disability in the Workplace

Episode 13 - Education

EIt’s GCSE results week and so we are celebrating(!) with an episode of Politics on FUBAR about the British education system. The New Statesman’s Jonn Elledge chats to the Editor of Schools Week, Laura McInerney, about the change in GCSE grades. He welcomes a panel to the studio to discuss exam results, tuition fees and further education. Finally, Jonn learns more about sex and relationship education provisions with Justin Hancock from BishUK.

-1 s2017 AUG 26
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Episode 13 - Education

Episode 12 - Lloyd Russell-Moyle

EToday Jonn took on one of his favourite topics… the North/South divide. Do politicians really care about our cities in the north? Is there enough investment into art and culture outside of London? Should we be investing in better transport links in and around our northern hubs? And does any Londoner really want to leave the capital? Jonn puts these questions – and more – to Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle, journalist Jennifer Williams and economist Paul Swinney (to name a few!)

-1 s2017 AUG 18
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Episode 12 - Lloyd Russell-Moyle

Episode 11 - George Montague, Sophie Cook and Dr McGinn

EIt’s been 50 years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality. Politics on FUBAR is commemorating the anniversary by discussing LGBTQ+ rights. The New Statesman’s Jonn Elledge speaks to Sophie Cook, the Labour Parliamentary candidate for East Worthing & Shoreham in the 2017 General Election. If she had been successful, she would have been the first openly transgender MP in the UK. He also interviews Dr Christine McGinn, an ex-Navy surgeon who is offering free surgery for transgender military patients. The show includes appearances from George Montague, Jasmine Andersson, Josh Jackman and Ferhan Khan. It is rounded up with James Corden’s version of LGBT, as performed on The Late Late Show.

57 MIN2017 AUG 4
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Episode 11 - George Montague, Sophie Cook and Dr McGinn

Episode 10 - Guest Presenter Jonn Elledge

EOur topic this week is the housing crisis and Jonn Elledge looks at social housing, private landlords, millennials buying houses and homelessness. He speaks to two London Assembly Members; Sian Berry and Tom Copley about the housing crisis. Jonn also speaks to Steve Akehurst from the Homeless Charity, Shelter.

56 MIN2017 JUL 21
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Episode 10 - Guest Presenter Jonn Elledge

Episode 9 - Stanley Johnson, Ben Bradshaw MP, Kaya Burgess, Hannah Jewell, Julia Rampen, Philip Cunliffe & Jem Collins

EWelcome to Asa's last episode of Politics on FUBAR! In honour of his new position at The Telegraph as Brexit Editor, Asa has decided to focus on all things Brexit this week! The weekly debate centres around the question; If you were given another referendum tomorrow, would you vote to leave or remain in the European Union? Asa looks at all facaets of Brexit, including 'hipster Tories', Russian foul play in the 2016 referendum and what on earth the Labuor party really stand for. This week's episode also features an extended interview with author Stanley Johnson, aka Boris Johnson's dad…

59 MIN2017 JUL 17
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Episode 9 - Stanley Johnson, Ben Bradshaw MP, Kaya Burgess, Hannah Jewell, Julia Rampen, Philip Cunliffe & Jem Collins

Episode 8 - Baroness Neville-Jones

EThis week, Asa tackled cyber security, internet safety and government response to computer hacking. The so-called ‘dark web’ was discussed by our debate panel of Viv Groskop, Dr Ameer Al Nemrat and Josiah Mortimer. Asa also spoke to the former chair of the Joint Intelligence Committee, Baroness Pauline Neville-Jones, about password strength, Brexit and Theresa May.

57 MIN2017 JUL 8
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Episode 8 - Baroness Neville-Jones

Episode 7 - David Bannerman MEP

EIs immigration a problem in Britain? Flora Carr reviewed the biggest stories of the week. Nick Clegg’s former adviser Sean Kemp joined Asa on the show to discuss immigration, Theresa May and Brexit. Satirist and Middle East commentator, Karl Sharro; and Director of British Future, Sunder Katwala joined the panel discussion to talk about whether Britain is too soft, or not welcoming enough, of immigration. David Bannerman, Conservative Member of the European Parliament for the East of England, discussed Brexit negotiations, EU citizens and the Tory government.

57 MIN2017 JUN 30
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Episode 7 - David Bannerman MEP

Episode 6 - Musa Okwonga

EHow can we defeat extremism? This week, The Telegraph’s Asa Bennett discusses security and anti-extremism with an array of guests. He begins by reviewing the week’s news with Izzy Lyons and then speaks about recent events in Finsbury Park with Counter Terrorism Consultant, Simon Trundle. Our debate about security covers terrorism, the London bubble, community, Islam and women. Asa concludes the show by speaking to new MP Preet Gill who represents Labour in the constituency in Edgbaston.

58 MIN2017 JUN 27
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Episode 6 - Musa Okwonga

Episode 5 - Nia Griffith

EHow much did the youth vote really count in the election and to what extent will future policy be influenced by this younger electorate? This week Asa Bennett provided analysis on the General Election 2017. He was joined in the studio by Rob Double from TipTV to review the week’s news. He had an in-depth discussion with Shadow Defence Secretary and Llanelli MP, Nia Griffith. He also hosted a debate on the young electorate and their impact upon future policy with journalists Jonn Elledge, Rosie Spinks and Josh Jackman.

59 MIN2017 JUN 16
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Episode 5 - Nia Griffith

Latest Episodes

Episode 14 - Disability in the Workplace

EWelcome to a new month and a new presenter! This week Mike Buonaiuto stepped up to the microphone to host a show centred on Disability in the Workplace. Mike is the Executive Director of a social change organisation called Shape History. Hit play for an engaging conversation about accessibility, stigma, unemployment and the UN. Featuring interviews with Sheffield Hallam MP, Jared O’Mara and Paralympian Helen Scott MBE.

-1 s2017 SEP 2
Comments
Episode 14 - Disability in the Workplace

Episode 13 - Education

EIt’s GCSE results week and so we are celebrating(!) with an episode of Politics on FUBAR about the British education system. The New Statesman’s Jonn Elledge chats to the Editor of Schools Week, Laura McInerney, about the change in GCSE grades. He welcomes a panel to the studio to discuss exam results, tuition fees and further education. Finally, Jonn learns more about sex and relationship education provisions with Justin Hancock from BishUK.

-1 s2017 AUG 26
Comments
Episode 13 - Education

Episode 12 - Lloyd Russell-Moyle

EToday Jonn took on one of his favourite topics… the North/South divide. Do politicians really care about our cities in the north? Is there enough investment into art and culture outside of London? Should we be investing in better transport links in and around our northern hubs? And does any Londoner really want to leave the capital? Jonn puts these questions – and more – to Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle, journalist Jennifer Williams and economist Paul Swinney (to name a few!)

-1 s2017 AUG 18
Comments
Episode 12 - Lloyd Russell-Moyle

Episode 11 - George Montague, Sophie Cook and Dr McGinn

EIt’s been 50 years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality. Politics on FUBAR is commemorating the anniversary by discussing LGBTQ+ rights. The New Statesman’s Jonn Elledge speaks to Sophie Cook, the Labour Parliamentary candidate for East Worthing & Shoreham in the 2017 General Election. If she had been successful, she would have been the first openly transgender MP in the UK. He also interviews Dr Christine McGinn, an ex-Navy surgeon who is offering free surgery for transgender military patients. The show includes appearances from George Montague, Jasmine Andersson, Josh Jackman and Ferhan Khan. It is rounded up with James Corden’s version of LGBT, as performed on The Late Late Show.

57 MIN2017 AUG 4
Comments
Episode 11 - George Montague, Sophie Cook and Dr McGinn

Episode 10 - Guest Presenter Jonn Elledge

EOur topic this week is the housing crisis and Jonn Elledge looks at social housing, private landlords, millennials buying houses and homelessness. He speaks to two London Assembly Members; Sian Berry and Tom Copley about the housing crisis. Jonn also speaks to Steve Akehurst from the Homeless Charity, Shelter.

56 MIN2017 JUL 21
Comments
Episode 10 - Guest Presenter Jonn Elledge

Episode 9 - Stanley Johnson, Ben Bradshaw MP, Kaya Burgess, Hannah Jewell, Julia Rampen, Philip Cunliffe & Jem Collins

EWelcome to Asa's last episode of Politics on FUBAR! In honour of his new position at The Telegraph as Brexit Editor, Asa has decided to focus on all things Brexit this week! The weekly debate centres around the question; If you were given another referendum tomorrow, would you vote to leave or remain in the European Union? Asa looks at all facaets of Brexit, including 'hipster Tories', Russian foul play in the 2016 referendum and what on earth the Labuor party really stand for. This week's episode also features an extended interview with author Stanley Johnson, aka Boris Johnson's dad…

59 MIN2017 JUL 17
Comments
Episode 9 - Stanley Johnson, Ben Bradshaw MP, Kaya Burgess, Hannah Jewell, Julia Rampen, Philip Cunliffe & Jem Collins

Episode 8 - Baroness Neville-Jones

EThis week, Asa tackled cyber security, internet safety and government response to computer hacking. The so-called ‘dark web’ was discussed by our debate panel of Viv Groskop, Dr Ameer Al Nemrat and Josiah Mortimer. Asa also spoke to the former chair of the Joint Intelligence Committee, Baroness Pauline Neville-Jones, about password strength, Brexit and Theresa May.

57 MIN2017 JUL 8
Comments
Episode 8 - Baroness Neville-Jones

Episode 7 - David Bannerman MEP

EIs immigration a problem in Britain? Flora Carr reviewed the biggest stories of the week. Nick Clegg’s former adviser Sean Kemp joined Asa on the show to discuss immigration, Theresa May and Brexit. Satirist and Middle East commentator, Karl Sharro; and Director of British Future, Sunder Katwala joined the panel discussion to talk about whether Britain is too soft, or not welcoming enough, of immigration. David Bannerman, Conservative Member of the European Parliament for the East of England, discussed Brexit negotiations, EU citizens and the Tory government.

57 MIN2017 JUN 30
Comments
Episode 7 - David Bannerman MEP

Episode 6 - Musa Okwonga

EHow can we defeat extremism? This week, The Telegraph’s Asa Bennett discusses security and anti-extremism with an array of guests. He begins by reviewing the week’s news with Izzy Lyons and then speaks about recent events in Finsbury Park with Counter Terrorism Consultant, Simon Trundle. Our debate about security covers terrorism, the London bubble, community, Islam and women. Asa concludes the show by speaking to new MP Preet Gill who represents Labour in the constituency in Edgbaston.

58 MIN2017 JUN 27
Comments
Episode 6 - Musa Okwonga

Episode 5 - Nia Griffith

EHow much did the youth vote really count in the election and to what extent will future policy be influenced by this younger electorate? This week Asa Bennett provided analysis on the General Election 2017. He was joined in the studio by Rob Double from TipTV to review the week’s news. He had an in-depth discussion with Shadow Defence Secretary and Llanelli MP, Nia Griffith. He also hosted a debate on the young electorate and their impact upon future policy with journalists Jonn Elledge, Rosie Spinks and Josh Jackman.

59 MIN2017 JUN 16
Comments
Episode 5 - Nia Griffith
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