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Anna Soubry

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Latest 1 Oct 2022 | Updated Daily

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Baroness Jenny Jones, Peter Kyle MP, Jacob Rees-Mogg MP, Anna Soubry

Any Questions? and Any Answers?

Anita Anand presents political debate and discussion from The Electric Palace in Bridport


8 Jul 2022

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Armando Iannucci, Anna Soubry and Paul Mason on how to disagree | Westminster Reimagined

The New Statesman Podcast

The legendary writer, satirist and broadcaster Armando Iannucci joins the New Statesman Podcast to co-host four special episodes. In these shows, Iannucci explores areas of British politics that he believes are broken, and is joined by guests from inside and outside Westminster to discuss how politics could be better.In episode four, Iannucci and Ailbhe Rea examine consensus: Why do we find it so hard to disagree with each other without hating each other?Iannucci and Rea are joined by special guests Paul Mason, the campaigning journalist, and Anna Soubry, a former Conservative MP who co-founded the centrist breakaway party Change-UK. They talk about whether there could ever be a pact between the centre and the left, and if it really is much harder to get along in politics these days. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


16 Aug 2021

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Barry Gardiner, Oz Katerji, Anna Soubry, Albie Amankona

Cross Question with Iain Dale

Joining Iain Dale on Cross Question this evening are Labour MP Barry Gardiner, journalist Oz Katerji, former Conservative and Change UK MP Anna Soubry and Co-founder of Conservatives Against Racism For Equality Albie Amankona.


21 Jul 2021

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State of Mind with Anna Soubry

State of Mind

It may have been April Fools Day, but this lady ain't no fool! We chatted Brexit, Corbyn, Starmer, Johnson and gardening. It was fascinating to hear of the 'dark forces' currently at play amongst the Tory Party. I could have listened forever! Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.


6 Apr 2021

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Former MP And Government Minister Anna Soubry on How Politicians Failed to Predict the EU Referendum, Why Emotion Will Always Win Over Reason, and What She Really Wanted to Tell the Thugs Who Harassed Her on the Campaign Trail.

Power Done Differently

Deliberate, brazen and direct, Anna Soubry is one of the most outspoken figures in UK politics, and yet she’s also someone who refuses to get her fingers dirty in the cesspits of populist extremism. In this week’s Power Done Differently episode, the former barrister, journalist, MP and Government Minister joins me as we dissect the decline, and tribalisation, of the Liberal Democrat party, the Remain side’s failure to use emotion when campaigning for a second EU referendum, and why women in political offices are both criminally underrepresented, and then over-scrutinised. Anna also shares her experience of abuse, harassment and death threats in the wake of fellow MP Jo Cox’s murder. Unapologetic yet empathetic throughout, Anna showcases a brand of political leader who we’ve not seen much of in recent years. It makes you wonder, where have all the good ones gone? An antidote to our polarised political climate, listen now for a much-needed dose of sensibility and reason. Real, relatable, or downright wrong? We want to know!Tweet your opinion: @_badasscass_Give us a like on Facebook: @powerdonedifferntlyCheck out exclusive behind-the-scenes action on Insta: @powerdonedifferentlyFind us at our new home: www.powerdonedifferently.comFollow Anna on Twitter: @anna_soubry

1hr 5mins

9 Feb 2021

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Ep.27 - Talks with Anna Soubry!

Backboard Podcast

Today, I interviewed former Broxtowe MP, Anna Soubry. We talked Brexit, Broxtowe, her political career and about Friends of Beeston Station!


31 Jan 2021

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Anna Soubry & Gina Miller: COVID, Brexit and the dangers of Public Life

Tell A Friend

Launching series 5, I am joined by Anna Soubry and Gina Miller for a special joint interview. We discuss the COVID-19 lockdown, how Brexit impacted their lives and their projections for the UK's future.   Gina's Twitter: @thatginamiller  Anna's Twitter: @Anna_Soubry   Check out Gina's Memoir 'Rise': https://canongate.co.uk/books/2466-ri... SUBSCRIBE!   Credit   Host, Writer & Producer: Bryan Knight   Twitter: @BryanKnight_   Twitter: @TellAFriendPod   Instagram: Bryan Knight__   Instagram: @TellAFriendPod    [Theme Music Credit - Tha Silent Partner]   #GinaMiller #AnnaSoubry #Politics #Interview #TellAFriendPod *Views expressed by any guest are solely representative of their opinions*   ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY HOST BRYAN KNIGHT. PERMISSION MUST BE SOUGHT BEFORE USING ANY UPLOADED CONTENT. NO REPRODUCTIONS ALLOWED. FULL ATTRIBUTION TO BRYAN KNIGHT IS MANDATORY FOR ALL USES.

1hr 14mins

25 Jan 2021

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#013 - Will Struggles with a Crossword, We Become PESCItarians and Anna Soubry Sits Down!

I Think We Got It

"Eat out my ass, threat all my girls like trash!" - Wise words from Joe Pesci's (very very real) 90's rap career ring true in this podcast where William spends 40 minutes answering a very easy crossword, we take some of your hot questions, Charlie tells us about his granite attack nustsack whack and we remind ourselves of why Anna Soubry's ideas will NEVER WORK! New episodes every Saturday!

2hr 5mins

14 Nov 2020

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Amanpour: Anna Soubry, Mark Landler, Drew Dixon, Joan Morgan and JR


As the UK edges closer to 40,000 coronavirus deaths, there is uproar in the country over the behavior of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s chief political advisor Dominic Cummings, who drove nearly 300 miles across England while the public were being urged not to leave their homes. Mr Cummings stands unapologetic, and with the support of the Prime Minister behind him, is this another example of one rule for the people and one for the elite? Anna Soubry, former UK Health Minister, and Mark Landler, London bureau chief at The New York Times, join Christiane Amanpour to discuss the controversy.  Music producer Drew Dixon and author Joan Morgan talk to Christiane about ‘Off the Record’, an HBO documentary chronicling the allegations of sexual assault made against hip hop mogul Russell Simmons. They reflect on how black women have been treated by the #MeToo movement, and why the film almost didn’t make it to air. And French street artist JR, known for his giant photographs of faces in urban areas, tells our Hari Sreenivasan about how lockdown is inspiring him.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy


27 May 2020

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Amanpour: Chris Murphy, Anna Soubry, John B. King and Dr. Sharon Moalem Author.


Democratic Senator for Connecticut Chris Murphy tells Christiane Amanpour that the people protesting the stay-at-home-orders only represent the minority of Americas and their protests are perfect for TV. He says most Americans don't want to open the economy too early and disregarding expert advice could be catastrophic. Former UK Health Minister Anna Soubry argues that UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's complacency in the critical early period of the coronavirus is reflective of his character. For example, the former Conservative MP highlights his failure to lead early COBRA meetings. With over 1.5 billion kids out of school worldwide, teaching practices have had to dramatically adapt. John B. King, former U.S. Secretary of Education and CEO of The Education Trust, talks to our Hari Sreenivasan about the pitfalls of remote learning during the current pandemic and lockdown in the United States. Dr. Sharon Moalem author of "The Better Half," unpacks why coronavirus affects men more than women.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy


21 Apr 2020