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FT Brexit Unspun
A podcast that looks beyond the slogans and grandstanding to examine what Brexit will mean for Britain’s trade, economy, public institutions and private sector. Brexit Unspun is produced by Fiona Symon
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4.1 stars from 46 ratings
Keep up the good work!
Domic57 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/24/19
Don’t you just love “That’s all we have time for”! Nothing of the sort, of course. Nineteen minutes for a week of the FT? At least be honest: That’s all we could be bothered to put together for you is closer to the truth.
Bob Chappell via Apple Podcasts · South Africa · 06/20/18
Great but don't give up
Learned a lot from Brexit Unspun shame you will be taking a break. Now is the time to save the UK and have a people's vote on the brexit deal. Please keep going!
JamesH123 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/03/18
Recent Episodes
Fears about EU migrants 'flooding the country' played a big role in the campaign to persuade Britons to vote for Brexit, but there are signs of a big shift in public attitudes as labour shortages begin to affect different sectors of the economy.  The government, however, seems slow to catch on. ...
Published 06/01/18
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Published 05/18/18
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Published 05/04/18
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