CanaryPod 02 December 2017 – Diamonds are a Tory’s best friend

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In week where the mainstream media have been mesmerised by the news of two 30-somethings getting engaged, Nancy talks to Frea, Steve and James about some of the stories that might not have received the coverage they deserved.

To find out more about the stories discussed this week:

The BBC dedicated 50% of its coverage to Harry’s engagement. Here’s what it ‘forgot’ to cover.

A Conservative MP thought it was a good idea to open a food bank. That went well, then. [IMAGES]

Caroline Lucas has humiliated all the ‘shameful bastards’ in government into a U-turn [TWEETS]

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Episode Credits:

Presented by Nancy Mendoza (@NancyWMendoza) speaking with Frea Lockley (@ElfreaLockley), Steve Topple (@MrTopple) and James Wright (@wrightismight)

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

Our theme music by Grapes, licensed under Creative Commons

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