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Redaction Politics | Toppling statues and Chinese imperialism

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Redaction Politics | Have people had enough of experts?
Declan Carey, James Moules, Mason Quah and Richard Hansen discuss whether the public have really had enough of experts, and what role experts will play in the future post-Covid world.
September 13, 2020
Redaction Politics | The left's battle to be heard after Corbyn and Sanders
Declan Carey, James Moules and Mason Quah discuss what the left needs to do to get their message heard and regain the trust of voters.
September 1, 2020
Redaction Politics | Should Britain keep the monarchy?
Declan Carey is joined by James Moules, Matt Trinder and Mason Quah on whether the UK should keep the monarchy or get rid of it.
August 26, 2020
Redaction Politics | The Canadian Conservative Party leadership election
James Moules and North America correspondent Scott Costen discuss Erin O'Toole's victory in the Canadian Conservative Party leadership election.
August 24, 2020
Redaction Politics | What happened to the left? Part three: The USA
The final part of our series on the decline of the left, Declan Carey, James Moules and Mason Quah discuss the state of the left in the USA and the impact of a Biden-Harris win in November .
August 18, 2020
Redaction Politics | What happened to the left? Part two: Canada
The second episode of our three-part series on the global decline of the left, Declan Carey and Scott Costen discuss the rise and fall of Canada's New Democratic Party, and what the left needs to do to win in Canada.
August 9, 2020
Redaction Politics | What happened to the left? Part one: Britain
A new three-part series looking at the decline of the left around the world. In part one, Declan Carey, James Moules and Mason Quah discuss the fall of the UK Labour Party.
August 3, 2020
Redaction Politics | BreadTube
This week the Redaction team discuss the impact of BreadTube, a group of left wing YouTube creators taking on the Intellectual Dark Web.
July 28, 2020
Redaction Politics | The Intellectual Dark Web
The Redaction team take a look at the rise of the Intellectual Dark Web and the impact of conservative online personalities such as Ben Shapiro, Jordan Peterson and Dave Rubin.
July 21, 2020
Redaction Politics | The Summer Statement and 'cancel culture'
The Redaction team take a look at the Chancellor's new measures to kickstart the UK economy and the growing phenomenon of 'cancel culture.'
July 14, 2020
Redaction Politics | Toppling statues and Chinese imperialism
THE REDACTION politics team of writers discuss the moral legitimacy of monuments to slave traders and racists, as well as delving into China's possible next moves after the coronavirus pandemic. Make sure you follow us on Twitter: @redaction_news Subscribe to our Patreon to support our work:
June 17, 2020
Redaction Politics | Conspiracy theories, Hungary's anti-transgender laws and Canadian conservatism
JOIN Redaction Politics for the latest round of exclusive and original foreign policy analysis. Our team of writers bring you extra content from their articles on the website this week, including: - The grim history of science denial and conspiracy theories in relation to coronavirus and everything else, with Mason Quah. - Hungary's new anti-transgender law that could cause further discrimination against LGBTI people, with Declan Carey. - The race for the Conservative Party of Canada leadership, with Scott Costen. - A roundtable discussion on Britain's overall response to the coronavirus crisis and an update on the US election. Make sure you read us at Follow us on Twitter: @redaction_news, Facebook:, and Instagram:
June 1, 2020
Redaction Politics | Netanyahu clings to power - but does Joe Biden still have a shot at it?
Benjamin Netanyahu and Joe Biden. Two ultimately flawed candidates who, after scandals, were on the brink of losing power. The Israeli Prime Minister has survived - but will Joe Biden? Host and content editor James Moules talks to correspondents Matt Trinder and Mason Quah about two exclusive pieces written on Redaction Politics last week. Netanyahu's plans following his shocking victory are apparent, while Joe Biden has, amongst other issues, a dubious foreign policy past. Links to articles: [1] [2]
May 26, 2020
Redaction Politics | Coronavirus and racism, Netanyahu gone and why Biden will lose to Trump
Redaction Politics is back with another podcast episode. We talk to our specialist reporters on a range of topics, including: 1) How coronavirus is smoke-screening racism towards the Chinese 2) The impact of Israel's elections 3) Why Joe Biden will lose 4) Why coronavirus will transform the economy Visit us: Follow us on Twitter: @redaction_news Patreon:
March 26, 2020