Episode 61 of the House of Comments podcast "Total Recall" was recorded yesterday and is out today. This week in a slightly shorter episode than normal myself and Emma Burnell discuss the latest parliamentary scandal and ask whether we need a clampdown on lobbying and also the ability for MPs to be recalled as well as Labour's latest announcement on means testing pensioner benefits.
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