Adequate Food, Packing Teabags and Fake Farmas
As Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab generously promised that there would be 'adequate food' were we to have a no deal situation (and the rest), Mike and Katie discuss the latest hoo hah that accumulated over the weekend. Hugh calls in to give his two cents on the latest news.
Apparently Brits are taking their own teabags on holidays abroad (let's face it, only the best will do) - show fave Grant Harold joins us to talk through various other quirks he has witnessed as The Royal Butler.
And due to footage from an undercover operation of a supermarket's supply farms has revealed animals being treated appallingly, Dr Toni Shepherd, Executive Director of Animal Equality, who caught and released the footage to The Times, joins Katie and Mike to explain how the 'Red Tractor' label, which many consumers have trusted as a sign of quality, is not at all what it seems.
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