Ed Balls and George Osborne take us behind closed doors into the rooms where decisions are made. Having battled it out across the despatch box, the former Chancellor and shadow chancellor now meet in the studio to discuss the decisions that affect the nation’s pockets. Our frenemies have the knowledge and experience to explain how good politics follows the economics - and expose how the powerful become powerless when faced with market forces and political currents they can’t control. Join us every Thursday. more
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I can’t listen to George Osbourne talk about economics. Austerity politics was a disaster for this country, it protected the interests of the rich whilst making the poorest people pay the price for the 2008 financial crisis. I value with political debate that …He's a soulless, smug, heartless person who should not be given this kind of platform.
I like it a lot. Both bring something interesting to the conversation.
Such an informative and entertaining show - the dynamic between Ed and George is great.
Unserious people being unserious.
Such a shame - George Osborne basically uses this as a party political broadcast - I’ve stopped listening.
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