Episode 63 of the House of Comments podcast "Making the Grade" was recorded and released on Sunday. This week myself and Emma Burnell are joined by Conservative activist and blogger Nick Denys to discuss Michael Gove's education reforms, The Morrissey Report into the Lib Dems in the wake of the Lord Rennard allegations and Sarah Wollaston's interview with the Guardian about how having won an open primary to become MP for Totnes, the political system has treated her.
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