Commons People Politics Podcast: Grammar Schools, Brexit, PMQs and UB40

08/09/2016 17:54

Parliament is back, and so too is Commons People - the HuffPost UK Politics Podcast.

This week, the team discuss Brexit meaning Brexit, grammar schools meaning a row, PMQs meaning bad jokes, and whatever the hell UB40 backing Jeremy Corbyn actually means.

Regular listeners will be delighted to know the standard of the weekly quiz has not improved in the slightest over the summer break.

But in a dramatic move, Commons People will vacating the Westminster bubble for a couple of weeks and going out on the road for two live specials.

The team will be broadcasting live from the Labour and Conservative conferences - well, pubs just outside the venues - and there will even be SPECIAL GUESTS!

If you would like to come along for a beer, ask the panel some questions, and even take part in the notoriously bad Commons People quiz, the mark yourself as attending on the Facebook Events below.

Or just turn up.

Labour Conference with Wes Streeting MP and Alison McGovern MP

When: Monday, September 26, 6pm to 6.45pm

Venue: The Crown Hotel, 43 Lime St, Liverpool, Merseyside L1 1JQ,


Conservative Conference with special guest Heidi Allen MP

When: Monday, October 3, 6pm to 6.45pm

Venue: The Old Joint Stock, 4 Temple Row West, Birmingham, West Midlands B2 5NY


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