CanaryPod 12 January 2018 – reshuffle kerfuffle

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The biggest story of the new year so far is Theresa May’s cabinet reshuffle. In this week’s CanaryPod, Nancy is in conversation with Steve and Bex about the key moves and their implications for society.

To find out more about the stories discussed this week:

Theresa May’s ‘hokey cokey’ reshuffle descends into chaos [VIDEO]

The new Tory chairman botches the job on his very first day

May’s botched reshuffle has infuriated The Mail for all the wrong reasons [IMAGE]

A leading NHS group has blasted Theresa May for not sacking Jeremy Hunt

Disabled people have branded the new DWP Secretary Esther McVey ‘the sh*t that rises to the top’

Look away Theresa May! Even the right-wing press are making fun of you now…

Read on...

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Episode Credits:

Presented by Nancy Mendoza (@NancyWMendoza), speaking with Steve Topple (@MrTopple) and Bex Sumner (@bexsumner)

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

Our theme music by Grapes, licensed under Creative Commons

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