Oh My Lord

Leader of the Social Democratic Party William Clouston kicks off todays show to discuss Lord Geidt quitting his role as Boris Johnson’s ethics adviser and why Rwanda deportation flights could be held up for a year by judges despite Dominic Raab's plot to ignore their efforts. Dr Charles Levinson joins shortly after to discuss growing frustrations over an increasing shortage of doctors and lack of appointments. Chief Travel Correspondent at The Independent Simon Calder returns to The Independent Republic to discuss the never ending travel chaos as Transport Secretary Grant Shapps urged workers today not to follow 'militant' unions before a three-day walkout, and Social Policy Analyst and Writer Rakib Ehsan closes the show to discuss how EU fanatics are damaging Britain's withstanding in the commonwealth amidst the Rwanda migrant plan. All that and so much more, so tune in!

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