The team (figuratively) cross the Atlantic with US political expert Chris Carman to discuss the Democratic primaries, and why it was a Super Tuesday for some, less so for others.
In our last episode of 2018; we manage to bring music, panto, VAR and lip reading tips to the subject of Brexit. Also, Phil brings us some breaking news.
It's happening! A General Election looms and the Podlitical team try to make sense of it - and whether Brexit will continue to dominate the conversation.
Forget Coleen Rooney because we've got gossip of our own, as we reveal that Kezia Dugdale has left Scottish Labour - and there's plenty of hot Brexit chat too.
Marie Le Conte and Joey D'Urso join the Pod to chat about the 'youth vote' this election, and if it's fair to lump all young people into the same group.
The panel ponder over the Westminster whirlwind & provide the latest on the Alex Salmond row.
Green pledges are being rolled out, but are these real winds of change or all bluster? The team chat climate change, and whether it's the big issue of this election.
The team discuss how to get over the general election hump, why you should always take your polls with a large helping of salt and what the political parties' prospects look like.
Podcast of evidence in court from the Alex Salmond trial
Nick, Lucy, Phil & Jayne unravel this week's Brexit news ahead of Sunday's crunch summit.
Jayne McCormack and Welsh political reporter Cemlyn Davies join Phil, Nick and Rajdeep to talk about Boris Johnson's first visit to the home nations as Prime Minister Show more
As the coronavirus pandemic grows, the team chats about how Governments are responding, including the budget boost announced for tackling the healthcare and economic issues.
The BBC’s Europe editor Katya Adler and Rob Burley, editor of Politics Live, join the team to discuss a momentous week in politics
This week the team are joined by Rajdeep Sandhu (The Nine) and James Williams (BBC Wales) to talk about joint motions, Section 30 and Geoffrey Cox's underwear.
Anthony & Jayne join the team to discuss digital faux pas & Donald Tusk's strong language.
This week we discuss campaign spending, Brexit & find out who was called "Nostradumbass".
Phil can't control his budget excitement, we discuss Piers v Greer &, of course, BREXIT!
As a draft Brexit agreement sparks cabinet resignations, we scramble to record reaction!!
The Budget puts Phil's higher maths to the test & we ask, 'why the red box?'
We catch up with NPR's Politics podcast host, Tamara Keith, ahead of the US midterms.