Join us for a live recording of The New European podcast
- Credit: Podcast Live
As we head towards another tumultuous month we'll be recording another episode of The New European podcast live in front of a studio audience.
Podcast regulars Steve Anglesey and Richard Porritt will be joined by special guests including TNE columnists Bonnie Greer and an audience as they talk all things Brexit, bring out some of the regular features, and take some of your questions.
It will take place at Podcast Live, where you can also see a number of other podcast recordings including productions from The New Statesman, Sky's Sophy Ridge, LBC's Iain Dale, UK in a Changing EU, For Our Future's Sake, The Week Unwrapped, and Polling Politics.
There will even be free merchandise from the team.
Join us from 10am on Saturday 5th October at The Light, Friends House, 173-177 Euston Road in central London. Tickets cost £13.50 or you can book for the whole day for £32.50.
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We'll see you in London!
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- 2 Boris Johnson 'frantically repositioning' himself for Donald Trump to lose election
- 3 Third Tory MP who rejected extending free school meals is targeted with local protests
- 4 Danny Dyer praised for criticisms of Tory party - pointing out Etonians can't run the country
- 5 UKIP set to select 'Dr Gammons' as candidate for London mayoral election
- 6 Piers Morgan calls Boris Johnson a 'blustering buffoon' in attack on PM's handling of Covid-19 pandemic
- 7 Boris Johnson 'hid in bedroom' to avoid grilling on Brexit stance days before becoming PM
- 8 Government hands private companies £180m to carry out Brexit contracts
- 9 Tory MP blames 'chaotic parents' for children going to school hungry
- 10 Tory MP says policies no longer match 'principles on which millions have backed us'
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