Episode 58 of the House of Comments podcast "Post Truth Politics" was recorded on Sunday and was out yesterday. This week myself and Emma Burnell were joined by Lib Dem activist Jennie Rigg to discuss "Post truth politics" in the wake of Iain Duncan-Smith having been caught out misusing statistics (again), Michael Gove's comments on the Lib Dem internal struggles, fish quotas and the ongoing effects of the bedroom tax.
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