CanaryPod 28 October 2017 – a crisis of accountability

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Nancy Mendoza

This week, Kerry-Anne talks to Steve, Bex and Tracy about a number of stories that highlight the Tory’s increasingly loosening grip on accountability – both legal and moral.

To find out more about the stories discussed this week:

Confirmed: the Conservatives did act ‘unlawfully’ in the 2017 election. But they’re being let off the hook

An open letter from a striking train guard smashes rail companies’ propaganda to bits [LETTER]

Someone has leaked a letter from a Conservative MP about welfare reforms. It stinks. [IMAGES]

The Tory government quietly adds a ‘chilling’ detail to its Brexit bill that reveals its true agenda

The First Secretary of State has launched a foul attack on press freedom. And it cannot go unanswered. [EDITORIAL]

Episode Credits:

Presented by Kerry-Anne Mendoza (@TheMendozaWoman) speaking with Bex Sumner (@BexSumner), Steve Topple (@MrTopple) and Tracy Keeling (@topsy_tee).

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

Our theme music by Grapes, licensed under Creative Commons

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