Electoral Dysfunction

A podcast by Sky News - Fridays

61 Episodes

  1. 'A punch in the gut': The defection of Natalie Elphicke

    Published: 5/10/2024
  2. Elections debrief: Sunak survives? Starmer solid?

    Published: 5/3/2024
  3. A reset week for Rishi but what will the local elections bring?

    Published: 4/26/2024
  4. The Mark Menzies claims. And what makes a good foreign secretary?

    Published: 4/19/2024
  5. The Grindr honeytrap fallout - and do Labour poll leads do them more harm than good?

    Published: 4/12/2024
  6. "Answer The Question!" - PMQs, Parliament tea, and the online election

    Published: 4/5/2024
  7. Where do royalty and politics meet?

    Published: 3/28/2024
  8. Rishi Sunak: embattled or beleaguered?

    Published: 3/22/2024
  9. Diane Abbott row and Lee Anderson defects - what's it all telling us about the state of politics?

    Published: 3/15/2024
  10. The 'meh' budget and Trump on top

    Published: 3/8/2024
  11. Electoral Dysfunction: “People in this country feel like nothing works”: Is it time the country went to the polls?

    Published: 3/1/2024
  12. Teaser: Could the next Tory leader actually be really obvious?

    Published: 2/23/2024
  13. Electoral Dysfunction: How do you get politics and people to connect?

    Published: 2/6/2024
  14. Introducing Patient 11

    Published: 2/1/2024
  15. Beth Rigby Interviews... Iain Anderson

    Published: 7/21/2023
  16. NHS at 75 | Steve Barclay and Wes Streeting

    Published: 7/7/2023
  17. Beth Rigby Interviews... Irvine Welsh

    Published: 6/30/2023
  18. Rishi Sunak’s personal pledge to bring down inflation and David Furnish on his fight to eradicate AIDS

    Published: 6/23/2023
  19. Beth Rigby on Boris Johnson misleading parliament, plus an interview with Dame Wendy Hall

    Published: 6/16/2023
  20. Braverman speeding row, migration figures and guests Nigel Farage and Yvette Cooper

    Published: 5/26/2023

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Beth Rigby. Jess Phillips. Ruth Davidson. With polls suggesting trust in politicians is low, three political powerhouses unite to unravel the spin and explain what’s really going on in Westminster and beyond.Every week, they will examine our political leaders and their policies – how they’re written, and how they’re sold to voters – as we prepare for a general election. With so much at stake, they will work out which politicians are coming out on top and who is having an Electoral Dysfunction – and what it all actually means for you.WhatsApp us - 07934 200444