Whose ‘double whammy’ was worse? It hasn’t been a great 7 days for either the prime minister or the Keir Starmer. Frank, Jim and guest Kevin Johnson discuss the latest from the world of politics.
The past seven days have not been great for the prime minister nor the leader of the opposition. Rishi Sunak followed up his ill advised bet with Piers Morgan with a truly cringeworthy performance at PMQs
Here’s the latest politics podcast from Frank and Jim. Topics covered include Liz Truss’ political comeback, Labour’s business charm offensive a DIB parliamentary reception review and more.
The Daily Telegraph is after him, Simon Clarke is after him, and now a former advisor to the PM is apparently part of a group of Tories who are after him too. Would the Conservatives really give us our fourth prime minister in two years?
How much trouble is Rishi Sunak in? Could the Tories really give us our fourth prime minister in two years?
In the first Downtown Den Politics podcast of 2024, Frank and Jim discuss the post office scandal, another turbulent week for Rishi Sunak and whether Keir Starmer will be the next Prime Minister.
Jim gives us his winners and losers from a year which, he thinks, leaves
us with little to be optimistic about.
The Prime Minister has created a first class political crisis by staking the whole government’s credibility on the narrow issue of Stop the Boats according to Jim in his latest blog.
In the final edition of the Downtown Den Politics Podcast Frank and Jim reflect on the year in politics and highlight their winners and losers over the past 12 months.
Playing ‘Culture Wars’ can backfire spectacularly if you’re not careful – has Rishi Sunak discovered to his cost this week. A Greek tragedy for the PM, as he finally lost his Marbles!
If many of us were expecting the sacking of Suella Braverman, then it would be fair to say that nobody had predicted the return of former PM David ‘just call me Dave’ Cameron to the cabinet.
Since entering Number 10, Rishi Sunak has almost permanently has his head in his hands. Can the PM get a break between now and the next General Election?