Clause IV Concern: Energy drains and Labour pains with guest Rafael Behr
This week, Mr Spaff Goes to Washington. But as Boris Johnson chums up to Joe Biden, an energy crisis is looming back home. With two providers collapsing and more on the way, what does the winter have in store?
And on Saturday the Labour Party conference kicks off at the scene of Neil Kinnock's seaside tumble in Brighton. Can Keir Starmer capture a post-Covid comeback with his own Militant moment? Guardian journalist and host of Politics on the Couch RAFAEL BEHR joins the panel to hash out this week's stories.
- "At least The Simpsons' power plant is still running. Well done, Mr. Burns." - Dorian Lynskey
- "The government should be buying out, not bailing out, the companies that are failing." - Minnie Rahman
- "Our energy market is failing consumers and the planet." - Minnie Rahman.
- "People have stopped listening to Labour." - Rafael Behr.
Presented by Dorian Lynskey with Ros Taylor and Minnie Rahman. Produced by Andrew Harrison. Assistant producers: Jacob Archbold and Jelena Sofronijevic. Audio production by Alex Rees. OH GOD, WHAT NOW? is a Podmasters production.
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