CanaryPod 23 July 2017 – School is out for the summer (Part 2)

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Nancy Mendoza

Following on from Friday’s ‘end of term’ special, in this week’s episode The Canary’s Editor in Chief, Kerry-Anne Mendoza (@TheMendozaWoman), talks with Steve Topple (@MrTopple) about two stories from the news this week: The treatment of child sexual assault survivors by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority and the DPAC protests at the last PMQs of the parliamentary term.

If you want to find out more about some of the other topics touched on:

Theresa May’s government won’t compensate children who were raped. It says they ‘consented’ to the abuse

Corbyn and May’s final PMQs of the summer was nearly shut down today. But you won’t see it on the BBC [VIDEO]

Disabled People Against Cuts

Episode Credits:

Presented by Kerry-Anne Mendoza Speaking to Steve Topple

Produced and edited by Nancy Mendoza and Mia Barnes (@migseytwit)

Our theme music by Grapes, licensed under Creative Commons

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Get in touch: @CanaryPod / podcast@thecanary.co

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