CanaryPod 18 August 2017 – The moral test of a government

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Nancy Mendoza

This week, The Canary’s editor-in-chief Kerry-Anne Mendoza talks with Canaries Bex Sumner, Steve Topple and James Wright about a few stories that shine a light on the moral compass of our current government.

To read the full articles being discussed:

Children with special needs face an agonising wait this summer, thanks to Theresa May

A crisis in Scotland points to a UK-wide catastrophe that the government is failing to address

The Independent just sold us a country’s mass abortion experience without even questioning it

Labour is about to unseat eight top Tories. A glance at who’s going down is like Christmas come early [VIDEO]

To read more about the Unseat campaign, click here.

 

Episode Credits:

Presented by Kerry-Anne Mendoza (@TheMendozaWoman) speaking with Bex Sumner (@BexSumner), Steve Topple (@MrTopple), James Wright (@wrightismight) cameo by Nancy Mendoza (@NancyWMendoza)

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

Our theme music by Grapes, licensed under Creative Commons

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