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David Gauke

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Episode 9 - David Gauke

Spirit of the Hall

In this episode hear Olly Belcher, President of the St Edmund Hall Association, in conversation with David Gauke who came up to the Hall in 1990 to read Law and graduated into legal practice in 1995 before he became South West Hertfordshire’s Member of Parliament in 2005.  Since then David has held many positions in Government including Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Secretary of State for Justice and Various roles at the Treasury.   In September 2019, David and 20 other rebel Conservative MPs who opposed a no deal Brexit lost the Conservative Whip and so David had to stand in the December General Election as an independent candidate.  Since then, David has gone full circle and rejoined the law firm Macfarlanes as Head of Policy. Spirit of the Hall podcast is produced by the St Edmund Hall Association, the voluntary alumni body independent which represents all Aularians.  The views and opinions expressed in the podcast are those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Association, St Edmund Hall or the University of Oxford


22 Jun 2021

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The 'Blue Wall', with David Gauke.

No Man's Land Podcast

Former Conservative MP and minister David Gauke joins Martin and Steve to reflect on politics since the 2019 election and talk about the prospects of Labour making inroads in the Tory southern seats .


12 Jun 2021

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Lucy Powell, David Gauke, Lionel Barber & Stephanie Flanders

Cross Question with Iain Dale

Lucy Powell - Shadow Business & Consumer Affairs Minister & Labour & Co-op MP for Manchester Central | David Gauke - Former Treasury Member and Conservative MP | Lionel Barber - Former Editor of the Financial Times & Host of the LBC Podcast 'What Next?' | Stephanie Flanders - Senior Executive Editor at Bloomberg and head of Bloomberg Economics


3 Mar 2021

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Back To School, Back To Parliament (with David Gauke)

Bloomberg Westminster

Schools in England and Wales begin reopening today, and MPs return to Parliament.Former cabinet minister David Gauke, now head of public policy at Macfarlanes, gives Bloomberg Westminster's Caroline Hepker and Sebastian Salek his take on how the government has handled the pandemic, whether to raise taxes, and the chances of a Brexit deal this year.Plus, are MPs able to do their jobs properly if they can't all get to Westminster? And who's the new head of the Civil Service? Hannah White, deputy director of the Institute for Government, joins to discuss. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com


1 Sep 2020

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For Services To Brexit, I Mean Cricket… plus guest DAVID GAUKE

The Bunker

With the Grand Reopening leading inevitably to the Great Re-Locking, is No.10’s rule-by-snappy-slogan no longer fit for purpose? Has Boris Johnson’s back-scratching Dissolution Honours finally made Lords Reform inevitable – and should we fear a shake-up if it happens? And our special guest, former minister and rebellious leader of the Gaukward Squad David Gauke, gives perhaps the most entertaining account of losing an election we’ve heard… and speculates if we’ll ever see one-nation Conservatism ever again. “On COVID, the British public seem to be far more sanguine than writers for mid-market tabloids.” – Ian Dunt“If you’re a Muslim, your mum starts cooking for Eid three days ahead… And that late lockdown made Muslims feel really unvalued.” – Ayesha Hazarika“There’s been too many occasions where the Prime Minister has been too keen to deliver good news that turns out not to be correct… and that undermines trust.” – David Gauke“Everybody talks about Lords reform until they become leader.” - Ayesha Hazarika“Even as an ex-MP I was bombarded with angry emails saying Dominic Cummings should go.” – David GaukePresented by Dorian Lynskey with Ayesha Hazarika and Ian Dunt. Produced by Andrew Harrison. Script and assistant production by Jacob Archbold. Music by Kenny Dickenson. Logo and branding by Mark Taylor. Audio production by Alex Rees. THE BUNKER is a Podmasters productionSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


5 Aug 2020

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Dan Wootton Drivetime | Should the government introduce a surcharge tax, David Gauke and Dawn Butler

The Dan Wootton Show

Should the government introduce a new surcharge tax to pay for the NHS and social care as the cost of the coronavirus crisis spirals? That's Dan's question of the day. To delve deeper into the financial implication of the pandemic former chief secretary to the Treasury David Gauke is on hand and Shadow Secretary of State for Women and Equalities Dawn Butler debates whether No.10 might be doing better if more women were in the cabinet.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


13 May 2020

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COVID, Brexit and the recovery with David Gauke

Political Capital

The judgement of history on the Government’s COVID response will come in due course and could ultimately vindicate them. The public verdict will, however, come much sooner and could nevertheless go the other way.  Former Cabinet Minister David Gauke discusses with James Dowling, Lansons lead political consultant. Produced remotely by Lansons.Head to our Remote Content and Broadcast Production hub to learn more about what we can produce for you.


27 Apr 2020

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IfG INTERVIEWS: David Gauke, former Treasury Secretary and one-man “Gaukward Squad”

INSIDE BRIEFING with Institute for Government

In the latest of our occasional interviews, former Conservative MP and Treasury Secretary DAVID GAUKE talks to the IfG’s Cath Haddon about what the last Parliament can teach us about the future of this one. How is Boris Johnson faring so far? Are the trade talks with the EU likely to collapse? Will Dominic Cummings see the end of this Parliament? And what is it really like to write a budget?“Number Ten will be very effective in blaming EU intransigence for any collapse in the talk, regardless of how reasonable those talks might have been.” – David Gauke See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


10 Mar 2020

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David Gauke: Running without a party

Chopper's Politics

The former Conservative Justice Secretary takes a break from his canvassing in South West Hertfordshire to speak to Christopher Hope about life on the campaign trail as an independent candidate. He’s hoping voters will elect him for his fifth term, but what is it like running without the backing of a political party? How has he shaped his policies? And how did he find himself politically homeless in the first place?Listen to Chopper’s Election Podcast to find out.Get 30 days’ free access to The Telegraph online: www.telegraph.co.uk/chopper |Join The Telegraph’s politics WhatsApp group: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/11/13/sign-telegraphs-politics-whatsapp-group-latest-brexit-general/ |Listen to The Briefing on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2ReKdji | Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/2RaxDkV | Spotify https://spoti.fi/2P2geIE | or ask your smart speaker for “The Telegraph Briefing”Email: choppersbrexitpodcast@telegraph.co.ukTwitter: @brexitbroadcastSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.


4 Dec 2019

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Jacob Rees-Mogg and David Gauke: two sides of the Tory Party

Chopper's Politics

Live at the Conservative Party Conference, Christopher Hope sits down with two men who embody the split within the Conservatives. Leader of the House of Commons, Jacob Rees-Mogg, sits firmly in the Leave camp and wants Brexit delivered with or without a deal. Former Justice Secretary, David Gauke, voted Remain and is now an independent MP, having lost the Conservative Whip after he voted to block a no deal.We ask them how the party can come back together again and whether Labour MPs are right to accuse the Government of using “dangerous” language -- plus, Jacob Rees-Mogg reveals whether he’s apologised to the Queen following the Supreme Court’s prorogation ruling.Come and see Christopher Hope interview Chairman of the European Research Group of Tory MPs, Steve Baker on Saturday 5th October: https://www.podcastlive.com/upcoming-events/politics-tickets/ |Sign up to free twice-daily WhatsApp audio briefings: http://bit.ly/2XJU05f |Email: choppersbrexitpodcast@telegraph.co.uk |Twitter: @brexitbroadcast |See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.


1 Oct 2019