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  • Dennis Skinner: A Life In Politics (ep38)
  • Dennis Macshane: A Life In Politics (ep37)
  • Tarqi Ali: A life In Politics (ep36)
  • Jonathan Powell: A Life In Politics (ep35)
  • Alan Johnson: A Life In Politics (ep34)
  • Graham Brady: A Life In Politics (ep33)
  • David Owen: A Life In Politics (ep32)
  • Alec Douglas Home: A Life In Politics (ep31)

Dennis Skinner: A Life In Politics (ep38)

Dennis Skinner telling Casual Politics that he will vote to leave the EU in the upcoming referendum held on 23rd June. He told Casual Politics he always voted against every single treaty in the House of Commons that is what makes his position different than most people in the Labour party. He chose this opportunity to speak to Casual Politics about his long-standing cynicism towards the ‘anti-democratic’ European Union. This is indeed one of very rare Dennis Skinner’s interviews since his last major interview with Sir Robin Day in 1979.

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Dennis Macshane: A Life In Politics (ep37)

Special Referendum*

Many Thanks to Dennis Macshane to do this interview just a few hours before the polls close. He told Casual Politics he thinks Britain will and should remain within the EU for three main reasons, which went on to explain them.

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Tarqi Ali: A life In Politics (ep36)

*Special Referendum

Many thanks to Tariq Ali for accepting my request and talking on a various range of issues including why he wants to Leave to EU, did he vote the same back in 1975 and why he thinks if Britain Laves other European countries will also follow her.

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Jonathan Powell: A Life In Politics (ep35)

Many thanks to Jonathan Powell for accepting to make this rare interview for Casual Politics and talking on a range of issues including life after downing street, Tony Blair’s transformation as a businessman, why thinks airstrikes in Syria will make ISIS to retreat and ultimately what does he make of the current state that Labour find itself in and how this problem could be solved.

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Alan Johnson: A Life In Politics (ep34)

Many thanks to Alan Johnson for giving me his time and answering to my questions that covered his time in parliament since 1997, why the party has shifted away for centre ground, his views on tax credit cuts, and ultimately on his campaign that he will lead Britain to stay within the EU.image-56

Graham Brady: A Life In Politics (ep33)

Many thanks to Graham Brady for accepting my request to talk about the sate his party find itself over tax credit cuts at the moment, whether or not David Cameron will negotiate successfully with his counterparts to achieve what he wants in order to convince people to vote stay within the EU and ultimately what his views are on the new book which was published on the life of the PM ‘Call me Dave.

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David Owen: A Life In Politics (ep32)

Many thanks to David Owen for accepting my request for the second time and readily talked to casual politics on a number of important issues running in the headline at the moment including Britain membership in NATO, whether or not Britain should retain its nuclear deterrent and ultimately what does he think of UK’s membership of the EU and what will happen to Scotland as there are discussions of as an apparent opt-out from the UK if Britain votes to leave the EU to become more likely.

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Alec Douglas Home: A Life In Politics (ep31)

This year marks the 20th year that Alec Douglas-Home (Prime Minister 1963-1964) passed away. Therefore to pay our homage to his memory, his son, Lord Home has very kindly accepted my request for this interview regarding his father’s time in parliament which spanned for more than half a century and 20 years after his death how would he like Alec Douglas-Home to be remembered.

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Shirley Williams: A Life In Politics (ep30)

Special thanks to Shirley Williams for accepting my request in her last interview as a peer before her retirement in the new year. In her second interview with me we talked about her 50 years of involvement in Politics and her relationship with Harold Wilson and Jim Callaghan, her view on Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader and ultimately reflections on her personal battle with hard left in the Labour Party in the1980s.

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Bill Cash: A Life In Politics (ep39)

Special thanks to Sir Bill for doing this interview and lay down the reasons that he thinks Britain will be better off if it leaves the EU, why Germany’s supremacy in the EU has fuelled anger and discontent amongst the European leaders and ultimately he reveals some of his confidential conversations with some german officials who are determined prioritise Germany in EU decision makings.

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