Boris, bullying and baby-boomers

Matt Chorley is joined by a panel to discuss in-depth three big political themes of the week.


Oliver Wright, The Times policy editor, tries to explain what Boris Johnson wants from Brexit, and why he probably won’t get it.


Jenni Russell, Times columnist, says the resignation of New York’s attorney-general , Eric Schneiderman, after allegations of abuse by ex-girlfriends, is a chilling reminder of how deeply the currents of misogyny and violence against women still run. 


And Anne Ashworth, Times money and property editor, on the idea of the state giving 25-year-olds £10,000 to tackle inter generational unfairness.


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