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Common Sense with Mike Omoniyi

By Lets Talk Common Sense with Mike Omoniyi
News has become noise! Listen as M.T. and guests help you understand what's really going on in the world - we look at politics, business, climate, culture, technology. We are straight talking and it sometimes gets heated
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EP64: Are All Politicians Corrupt? w/ Lord Michael Hastings CBE
M.T. challenges Lord Michael Hastings on UK politicians and corruption, the royal family and also the climate emergency.    Lord Hastings is the former global head of corporate citizenship for KPMG International. He was previously the BBC's head of public affairs and then the first head of corporate responsibility (2003–06). He was the second chancellor of Regent's University London. Topics:   • Should MPs work second jobs?  • Is Owen Patterson actually in the wrong?  • The Royal Family   • Costs of the royal family  • Should we have an elected head of state?  • Is the royal family value for money?  • Advice for young changemakers  • What can we learn from the American system? • Climate change   ____   #commonsense #gbnews #qanda #borisjohnson #sirdavidamess #debate #terrorism #southend #kierstarmer #eulogy
59:50
November 16, 2021
EP63: How Does Social Media Create Terrorists w/ Michael Mpofu
In this weeks episode, we take a look at British democracy and the death of Sir David Amess MP. On 15 October 2021, Amess was stabbed multiple times while holding a constituency surgery in Leigh-on-Sea. He died at the scene. Ali Harbi Ali, a British citizen of Somali heritage, was arrested at the scene on suspicion of murder and has since been detained under the Terrorism Act. He is understood to have extremist Islamist beliefs. M.T. is joined by Michael Mpofu, head of Communications at a tech startup, Worry+Peace. He is also a strategic communicators advisor who honed his craft in working for the Official Opposition in South Africa - advising Members of Parliament on policy and media strategy. Michael is also an Editor at Common Sense Topics: The death of Sir David Amess Echo Chambers and how we leave them Debate in South Africa Should we regulate big tech Do we need anonymity online? Is PREVENT working What can we learn from Sir David Amess Climate change How many people get referred to prevent Watch the episode on youtube: https://youtu.be/NLCbLFjv_uI 📍  Apple: https://apple.co/2Raon2r 📍   Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2PBNryR 📍   Anchor: https://anchor.fm/ltcs Join the conversation online using the hashtag #CommonSensePod
42:21
October 19, 2021
EP62: You Have To Create Your Own Energy w/ Lex Fitness
M.T. is joined by fitness influencer and bodybuilder Lex Fitness, in this episode they talk, COVID, getting fit after lockdown and their fitness journeys. Join the conversation online using the hashtag #CommonSensePod
43:27
September 28, 2021
EP61: Community Q and A with Mike Omoniyi
In this episode, Mike takes questions from our podcast community! Every few episodes we will have episodes like this. Micheal will take your questions. If you would like your questions to be considered for the next Q&A episode then send them over to hello@tcsnetwork.co.uk
35:09
September 21, 2021
EP60: I Was Held At Gun Point w/ Zuby
In this episode Mike and Zuby tackle politics, transgenderism in sport, music, racism and the queen and more. The conversation was wide-ranging and very insightful.  Join the conversation online #CommonSensePod
01:26:59
September 14, 2021
EP59: What On Earth Happened In Afghanistan?
With the chaos ongoing in Afghanistan right now, one cannot help but wonder how we ended up in this position? It might not be a shock to many that the Taliban, after the western capitulation, retook the reigns again, however, what is shocking is how fast they were able to take over the country. While people can blame President Joe Biden for the U.S. withdrawal, he was not the only U.S. president who made questionable decisions. The Taliban control in the 1990s, the U.S. invasion in 2001, and Doha Deal in 2020 aided in the Taliban takeover. Join the conversation online #CommonSensePod
21:35
September 06, 2021
EP58: How Lockdown Changed Everything w/ David Elikwu
As the world begins its slow pivot from managing the COVID-19 crisis to recovery and the reopening of economies, it’s clear that the period of lockdown has had a profound impact on how people live. In this episode, M.T. is joined by entrepreneur David Elikwu as they discuss all the ways COVID has changed the world. Join the conversation online #CommonSensePod
45:51
August 09, 2021
EP57: Is Social Media Ruining Evening? w/ Chirs Reevo
In this episode, M.T. talks all things social media with the Managing Director of Reeve Social, a Social Media agency based in Norwich. Join the conversation online using the hashtag #CommonSensePod
41:26
August 02, 2021
EP56: Chimamanda Adichie and Social Media w/ Sithokozile Thabethe
M.T. is joined by Common Sense Political editor Sithokozile Thabethe as they discuss Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's latest essay. On Tuesday, June 15, Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie published a three-part essay on her website titled “It Is Obscene”. The essay started with personal anecdotes about two unnamed former students, who had criticised her openly for her comment on trans women in 2017, while also using her fame for their personal gain. It went on to address the larger lack of nuance and compassion in discourses on social media, an issue Adichie has spoken of before in her criticism of cancel culture. While many have lauded Adichie’s essay for an apt representation of “woke” culture on social media, the motivation for this essay was also largely personal. Specifically, it was a public acknowledgement of her controversy with ex-student Akwaeka Emezi, who has been critical of Adichie’s views on trans women. In It Is Obscene, Adichie criticises two writers who attended her creative writing workshops in Lagos. She befriended both, she says, and helped them get published. But both, in her view, betrayed her friendship by targeting her on social media and spreading malicious falsehoods.
01:01:11
June 21, 2021
EP55: British Identity and The 'Woke' Left w/ Calvin Robinson
Is the Left trying to control people?   In this episode, M.T. is joined by Political Adviser, Broadcaster and commentator Calvin Robinson as they discuss Structural and institutional racism, the future of culture wars and so much more!    Join the conversation online using the hashtag #CommonSensePod
59:21
May 17, 2021
EP54: The Future Of The Labour Party w/ DISUNOMICS
Last week saw the Labour party in crisis. The party lost control of several councils and suffered defeat to the Tories in the Hartlepool by-election. Many are calling for the Labour party to begin a search for its soul. On This episode, M.T. is joined my commentator and podcaster DISUNOMICS as they try to make sense of what the next steps may be for The Labour Party. Join the conversation online using the hashtag #CommonSensePod
46:03
May 10, 2021
EP53: Stop pretending, be yourself w/ Chris Williamson
In this episode M.T. Is joined my podcaster, Chris Williamson. They talk about maintaining authenticity as you navigate an increasingly complex world! They discuss productivity, personal development and politics.  Join in the conversation using the hashtag #CommonSensePod
57:27
April 30, 2021
EP52: We need to cancel cancel culture w/ Nego True
M.T. is joined by award-winning poet, rapper, author and podcaster Nego True as they discuss the weeks biggest news and creativity. You can join the conversation using the hashtag #LTCS
01:01:30
April 12, 2021
EP51: Is The Uk Institutionally Racist w/ Femi Sorry
A long-awaited report commissioned in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement has concluded, controversially, that there is no evidence of “institutional racism” in the UK. While the study, led by Dr Tony Sewell, chair of the Commission on Race and Ethnic disparities, found there was evidence that “overt” prejudice exists, it ruled that there was no proof that it was structural. Mike is joined by Political commentator Femi Sorry as they discuss whether the UK is Institutionally Racist Join in the conversation online using #LTCS
45:49
April 05, 2021
EP50: Help! We Are Politically Homeless w/ DISUNOMICS
In this episode, Mike is joined by political commentator DISUNOMICS as they look at the Governments vaccine roll-out programme, Black conservatism and Labour leadership #LTCS
51:08
March 22, 2021
EP49: Do Black Lives Still Matter? w/ Busayo Twins
As we approach the one year anniversary of the murder of George Floyd, Mike is joined by Policy Officer, Social Action Youth Worker and campaigner Busayo Twins to explore how things have progressed in the UK, one year on! Join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
44:55
February 21, 2021
EP48: Get Serious About Personal Development w/ David Elikwu
In this episode M.T. is joined by A tinkerer and strategist who traded Corporate Law for tech. David Elikwu is a serial-entrepreneur unreasonably obsessed with learning more and living better. They discuss personal development in lockdown and being better! Join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
40:06
February 14, 2021

EP47: What's The Future 
Of Influencers? W/ Mr 200m aka Josiah Hyacinth
Digital Strategist and YouTuber Josiah Hyacinth (mr200m) has been on our screens for years now. in this episode, we talk about the pros and cons of living a life online and the future of the influencer economy.  Join the discussion online with the hashtag #LTCS
54:26
February 08, 2021
EP46: What Is Lockdown Doing To Your Finances? w/ Bola Sol
For many of us, Lockdown wasn't just a government policy, it was a direct attack on our wallets. Today Mike is joined by Lockdown has Author & Financial Wellness Coach Bola Sol as they talk current affairs and all things personal finance. You can join in the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
25:50
January 31, 2021
EP45: Don't Let Social Media Ruin Your Life
In this episode, Mike is joined by social media personality and broadcaster MannyAde. They discuss growing up, social media and value. We also take a look at a new memo written by Gordon Brown which says he fears that the UK may become a failed state  You can join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
36:36
January 25, 2021
EP44: Is Democracy A Scam? w/ DISUNOMICS
This is a very important week for countries around the world as we all hold our breath and watch the inauguration of Joe Biden! This week Mike is joined by DISUNOMICS  to discuss current affairs, foreign affairs and food.  runs a platform all about making economics relevant, relatable & entertaining to the general public! Join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
51:06
January 17, 2021
EP43: Can You Handle Tougher COVID Restrictions?
The chief medical officer for England, Prof Chris Whitty, warns the next few weeks will be "the worst" of the pandemic. Expects have been making the argument that we need tougher COVID restrictions like closing nurseries, limiting exercise to 1 hour a day and more! Today Mike is joined by Student Torrin Joshua as they consider what to make of these potential tougher lockdowns. Join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
30:25
January 11, 2021
EP42: New Year Special, Do We Need The Police?
Happy New Year folks! In this special episode of Lets Talk Common Sense, we take a look at some of the exciting developments that could happen this year in the world of news. Mike is joined by Common Sense editor Afshan D'souza-Lodhi. They also discuss whether we need the police today. Join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
45:42
January 04, 2021
EP41: A Dummies Guide To Brexit
What has been happening with Brexit? In this episode, Mike is joined by British political activist and co-founder of the pro-European Union advocacy group Our Future Our Choice (OFOC), Femi Oluwole (Femi_Sorry). They discuss Brexit as the Uk Deadline for agreeing on a deal with the EU fast approaches! You can join the debate online using the hashtag  #LTCS!
51:11
December 07, 2020
EP40: What Does It Mean To Be Black British?
In this episode, we review the BBC's Small Axe film series and consider what it means to be Black and British in 2020. Identity is complicated, especially when you have dual heritage. I'm joined by Rashawn Grant and Boaz Adelekan as we consider whats its like growing up with these tensions. 
43:17
November 30, 2020
EP39: Being A Young 
Black Man in 
Trumps America
After a 3 months break, we are back with a new season! Has much happened since we have been gone? -- that was a joke! The world does feel a little our control right now. Not to worry, M.T. is back with a dose of common sense. Over the next few weeks, we will be getting caught up with everything and bringing you fresh new episodes!  This week, Mike is joined by Ikenna Nebo, a student from Columbia University and also president of the You Can Too Program, a national mentoring programme for black and brown youth in America.   Don't forget to join in with the debate online using the hashtag #LTCS
46:48
November 15, 2020
EP38: Why is Notting Hill Carnival different to Glastonbury
Notting Hill Carnival for the first time ever has gone online for this year, due to COVID-19. It'll be available to watch with steel band, soca and dancehall performances across platforms and also on Youtube. It is the largest street party in Europe and the second largest festival in the world, with an estimated 2 million people in attendance over the 2 days. What does covid mean for the future of Carnivals? Join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
42:31
August 30, 2020
EP37: Do protests really work?
What happens after the protest ends? Today we talk to one of the organisers from Black Lives Matter, Tyrek Morris about protests, their effectiveness but also what’s next considering the UK context. Join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
40:07
August 23, 2020
EP36: Does our government care about poorer kids?
A level results are in the news again! However not for the reason you might think. Normally our social media accounts are flooded with students and teachers celebrating historic grades and achievements. Today, we talk about a systemic Government failing which has led to thousands of students grades being downgraded and many more missing out on their university offers. There seems to be a disparity in who is being affected more. All this and more in this episode of Lets Talk Common Sense with Mike Omoniyi Join the conversation online using the Hashtag #LTCS
37:36
August 16, 2020
EP35: What Is Wrong With DrIll Music?
"These days if someone gets stabbed no-one really cares unless it's the family. It's just another young person getting stabbed." Those chilling words come from a young boy in north London, no older than 14, in a new documentary about the links between knife crime and drill music by Century Films. In this episode, we talk current affairs and drill music. Join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
39:49
August 10, 2020
EP34: Can Capitalism Be Compassionate?
People have “gone green”, eaten vegan, shopped “fair-trade”, and recycled for years now. Yet the atrocities that spurned the ethical consumption movement continue unabated. Is it possible to have compassionate capitalism or are we simply wasting our time. This week I'm joined by Torrin Joshua, creative, business owner and The Common Sense Network Producer. Join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
38:06
July 20, 2020
EP33: Will we ever party again?
With lockdown measures easing, the questions on everyone’s lips is, when will we be able to party again? This week Mike is joined by CEO of EMG Events, Michael Sonariwo to discuss, recent festival cancellations, innovations in the events space, parties from a Nigerian context and more Join the conversation online #LTCS
42:22
July 13, 2020
EP32: We Spoke to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
In this podcast, we consider the Behind the Scenes take at Mike's conversation with Prince Harry and Megan Markle. We also debate the role celebrities should have in driving social change. Join the Conversation Online using the hashtag #LTCS
35:21
July 06, 2020
EP31: Do we really need to defund the Police?
Have you heard people talking about ‘Defunding the Police online’? What does it mean and why did Sir Kier Starmer Leader of the Labour Party call it ‘a load of rubbish’? In this episode, we explore Policing in the UK and the demands of the Black Lives Matter movement that we Defund the police. You can join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
38:32
July 03, 2020
EP30: Being a spokesperson for Black people is tiring
From Katie Hopkins' permanent suspension from twitter to Rishi Sunak' plans emergency cut in VAT to rescue our ailing economy, it's been a busy week. In this episode Mike is joined by Banker Victor Azubuike as they discuss the weeks news, reparations and how business is responding to the Black Lives Matter protest. Join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
36:12
June 22, 2020
EP29 - "I Can't Breathe"
The US has been convulsed by nationwide protests over the death of an African-American man in police custody. George Floyd, 46, died after being arrested by police outside a shop in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Footage of the arrest on 25 May shows a white police officer, Derek Chauvin, kneeling on Mr Floyd's neck while he was pinned to the floor. Mr Chauvin, 44, has since been charged with murder. In this podcast we discuss, Black Lives Matter, reactions online and how communities can heal Join the Conversation online using the Hashtag #LTCS
50:59
May 31, 2020
EP28: Meghan Markle is in the news…Again
In this episode we discuss Megan Markle and Prince Harrys recent statement about no longer working with Mail, the Sun, the Mirror, and the Express. We also discuss Health Secretary Matt Hancock's car crash interview Piers Morgan and more! Join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
18:02
April 20, 2020
EP27: Are you going crazy yet?
As we enter the third week of the lockdown, patience is beginning to wear thin, however, with a national address from the Queen and the PM admitted into the hospital because of COVID-19, we are reminded of the importance of staying home and saving lives. Join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
21:03
April 06, 2020
#026 When Will Things Get Back To Normal?
The world is shutting down. Places that were once teeming with the hustle and bustle of daily life have become ghost-towns with massive restrictions put on our lives - from lockdowns and school closures to travel restrictions and bans on mass gatherings. In today's podcast, Mike considerers some headlines and ass the question, when will things be normal again! Join in the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
19:17
March 30, 2020
#025 Coronavirus Crisis: Is The World Going To End
The Coronavirus crisis has bought the world to a standstill. In this episode, Mike gives you important updates and discusses with Journalist Esta Suma whether the UK is doing enough. You can join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
35:57
March 16, 2020
Could you live without instagram?
Are you addicted to social media? Could you live without Instagram? On this episode of #LetsTalkCommonSense Mike is joined by, fitness influencer and model Taryl Boothe as they discuss social media and his career so far. Join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
30:03
March 09, 2020
#023 - Do you need Black and White friends?
Lets Talk Common Sense Podcast Coronavirus has now arrived in the UK in full force with over 39 cases being declared. In this episode, Mike talks about the American Election, Greta Thurnberg, Jeremy Corbyn, Storms more. Mike is also joined by special guest, ChordUK Director, Famous Dekeyri who discuses race and integration. You can join in the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
34:34
March 02, 2020
#022 Are you allowed to change your mind online?
Since we haven't posted a podcast for two weeks, this week, we return to the vault as Mike and Alfie Haberson explore echo chambers, our online publication, The Detail and whether you can change your mind online.
11:00
February 28, 2020
#021 The End Of The Labour Party
Labour leadership: Up to 40 MPs 'considering quitting' party if Rebecca Long-Bailey wins race. What will this mean for the future of the Labour Party? In this episode Mike considers the future of the Labour Party. Join in the conversation online with the hashtag #LTCS
17:12
February 10, 2020
#020 This Podcast Is Not About The EU /w Clint
After years of being chained to the EU, We are finally free! However, this podcast is not about that. Today we discuss the BAFTAs, Coronavirus, Terrorism and more. We also meet footwear designer Clint who talks us through his journey making footwear from scratch Join in the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
35:12
February 03, 2020
#019 Maybe We Should Cancel The Apprentice w/ Kenna Ngoma
Coronavirus outbreak, Trump Impeachment, Davos, it's all happening this week! In this episode, Mike takes us through some of the top stories of the week including a decision by the BBC to axe their political show Victoria Derbyshire. Mike is also joined by The Apprentice Star, Kenna Ngoma who discusses his time on the apprentice and everything behind the scenes. Join in the conversation online with the hashtag #LTCS
43:53
January 27, 2020
#018 Britain's Most Prolific Rapist w/Anna Ruth
Earlier this month, Reynhard Sinaga, the most prolific serial rapist in British history was sentenced to 30 years in jail for the rape of over 40 men on the streets of Manchester. In this episode, Mike speaks to Manchester University student Anna Antwi about rape culture on campus, politics and more1 Join the conversation online with the hashtag #LTCS
32:45
January 20, 2020
#017 Megan Markle Debarkle + Iran w/ Don Fitness
In this episode of #LetsTalkCommonSense Mike discusses developments with Iran and the shocking announcement made by Prince Harry and Megan Markle. In this podcast, Mike also speaks to Fitness influencer and body athlete Don fitness about his journey. Join in the conversation online with the hashtag #LTCS
49:39
January 13, 2020
#016 - How much do you spend on your weekly shop w/ Milimo Banji
In this episode of #LTCS mike discusses current affairs including the military strikes against Iran authorised by President Trump, Climate change and weekly shopping. Mike also speaks with CEO of TapIn Milimo Banji about his journey so far! You can join in the conversation online with the hashtag #LTCS
54:31
January 06, 2020
#015 - the most important election ever?
In this episode of Let's Talk Common Sense, Mike takes a look at some of the week's top stories including Russians international Sports ban, Anthony Joshua’s World championship win. He also explores the manifestos from 4 of the major parties! Join in with the conversation online #LTCS
23:25
December 09, 2019
#014 - I set trends dem man copy
What is Cultural Appropriation and do politicians get to try out black culture when and if they want? In this episode, Mike discusses with Elijah (Editor of North30), the week's top stories, including the Terror attacks in London and political gaffs! Join in with the conversation #LTCS
37:02
December 01, 2019
#013 You can be Black and Conservative?
Mike discusses with Elijah (Editor of North30) and Fidelis (Producer of Optic) the question can you be black and conservative! In this playful episode, they cover top headlines from across the week, a jargon buster and also talk General election! Do you know who you are voting for? Join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
36:38
November 18, 2019
#012 Can you really change someone's mind?
Have you ever wondered if some people are just too stuck in their ways to have their minds changed? In this episode, Mike is joined by Afshan D’souza-Lodhi and they take you through the top stories, jargon busters and so much more. They also discuss the process of changing someone's mind! Join the conversation on socials using the hashtag #LTCS
28:42
November 11, 2019
#011 - You can only fall in love with your power equal
The world can be a confusing place. In this episode of Let's Talk Common Sense with Mike Omoniyi (LTCS) Mike discusses Francesca O’Brien, Gower Conservative party candidate’ Facebook post, Nigel Farage, the General Election and much more. Don't forget to join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
25:19
November 04, 2019
#010 Kanye West, One Young World, Tenerife Travels
The world can be a confusing place. On this episode of Lets Talk Common Sense with Mike Omoniyi (LTCS) we discuss Mike’s recent trip to Tenerife, Kanye West’s new Album, our invitation to One Young World and so much more. Don't forget to join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
32:43
October 28, 2019
#009 Its Rebekah Vardy, Queens Speech And Dianne Abbott
The world can be a confusing place. On this episode of Lets Talk Common Sense with Mike Omoniyi (LTCS) we discuss Coleen Rooney’s detective work which meltdown twitter, Boris Johnson’s new Queens Speech, Dianne Abbott’s twitter blocking spree and much more. Don't forget to join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
43:39
October 14, 2019
#008 Amber Guyger Murder, Trump Impeachment and Brexit Final Talks
The world can be a confusing place. On this episode of Lets Talk Common Sense with Mike Omoniyi (LTCS) we discuss the Amber Guyger ruling and responses to it which poured over twitter. We also discuss Trump impeachment and Brexit as we reach our October deadline! Don't forget to join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
45:26
October 07, 2019
#007 Impeachment, Naga Munchetty and Humbugs
The world can be a confusing place. On this episode of Lets Talk Common Sense with Mike Omoniyi (LTCS) we get some clarity over Boris Johnson rhetoric and crime, Impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump, Naga Munchetty and more Don't forget to join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
49:02
September 30, 2019
#006 Jeremy Corbyn, Climate Change and Dave Chappelle
The world can be a confusing place. On this episode of Lets Talk Common Sense with Mike Omoniyi (LTCS) we get some clarity Jeremy Corbyn's chances at winning another general election, climate change and the demands of young people that we change the way we use plastic and Dave Chappelle's new comedy special on Netflix Don't forget to join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
46:39
September 23, 2019
#004 – Afshan D’souza-Lodhi | R Kelly, Michael Jackson and Brexit | #LTCS
The world can be a confusing place. On this episode of Lets Talk Common Sense with Mike Omoniyi (LTCS) we get some clarity about allegations of sexual misconduct regarding R Kelly and Michael Jackson. We also discuss whether it is possible to separate the Artist from the art. In this episode we consider updates regarding Jussie Smollett, Shamima Begum, Brexit and more. Don't forget to join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
44:25
March 12, 2019
#003 - Jireh Antwi | Jihadi Jack, Tommy Robinson, Second Referendum
The world can be a confusing place. On this episode of Lets Talk Common Sense with Mike Omoniyi (LTCS)we get some clarity about the Home Office revoking of Shamima Begum's request to return to the UK and the implications and Jihadi Jack's attempt to come back to the UK, Buhari's election victory, Labours announcement that they will support a second Brexit referendum and more. Don't forget to join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
30:18
March 05, 2019
#002 - Afshan D'souza Lodhi | Shamima Begum, Jussie Smollett, The Independent Group
The world can be a confusing place. On this episode of Lets Talk Common Sense with Mike Omoniyi (LTCS)we get some clarity about the Home Office revoking of Shamima Begum's request to return to the UK, ex Empire star Jesse Smollett 'racist attack controversy' The Nigerian Elections and clarity about The Independent Party Group and more... Don't forget to join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
43:14
February 25, 2019
#001 - Alfie Habershon | Liam Neeson, Isis and Brexit Woes
The world can be a confusing place. On this episode of Lets Talk Common Sense with Mike Omoniyi (LTCS)we get some clarity about Liam Neeson's recent outburst, Shamima Begum returning to the UK, HS2 and Theresa Mays Brexit woes and more. Don't forget to join the conversation online using the hashtag #LTCS
28:03
February 19, 2019