John Pienaar talks to Education Secretary Damian Hinds about Theresa May's promise of a 'bold offer' on Brexit and the party's prospects in the European elections. Also on the show are Labour's Shadow Environment Secretary Sue Hayman, co-Leader of the Green Party Sian Berry, Theresa May's former deputy Damian Green, UKIP's Paul Oakley and Jill Evans from Plaid Cymru. Isabel Hardman from the Spectator and Anoosh Chakelian from the New Statesman are this week's panellists.
Labour’s plans for business
John Pienaar talks to Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell about his policies towards business as well as the ongoing Brexit talks with the government. Also on the show are Prisons Minister Robert Buckland, Jeremy Hosking, the former Tory party donor now backing the Brexit Party and Rachel Johnson from Change UK. John’s pundits are Deputy Political Editor of the Daily Mail John Stevens and former Labour party adviser Ayesha Hazarika
Can May and Corbyn do a deal on Brexit?
John Pienaar interviews Labour’s Deputy Leader Tom Watson and newly appointed Secretary of State for International Development Rory Stewart about the Brexit talks between Labour and the government. Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats Jo Swinson is on the show to discuss her party’s performance in the local elections and Conservative backbencher Nigel Evans talks about his party’s leadership. On the panel are Paul Waugh from the Huffington Post and Ash Sarkar of Novara Media
When is a clear policy a clear policy?
John Pienaar talks about Labour’s policy on campaigning for another EU referendum with Shadow International Trade Secretary Barry Gardiner, Rowena Mason from the Guardian, the Spectator’s Katy Balls and Jay Rayner. Also on the show Justice Minister Rory Stewart discusses his leadership ambitions and the Huawei leak. Sir Vince Cable talks about the Lib Dems’ prospects and SNP Deputy Westminster Leader Kirsty Blackman is asked about the latest push for Scottish independence.