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Society, Politics & Law
If we are agreed that the UK economy needs an overhaul from the Left, where does Brexit come in? Interview with Green MEP Molly Scott Cato.
Money & Business
Alan Shipman explains how a substantial number of manual and professional workers also switched to support Thatcher in the 1979 general election.
Tory themed their broadcast around James Callaghan's 'Crisis? What crisis?' which ridiculed Labour's worst time in 1974-79. But was the reality really so bad?
Alan Shipman looks back at the 1979 Conservative Manifesto and compares it to their modern day manifesto.
Dr Frank Monaghan looks back at the immediate run-up to the 1979 general election which led to a massive shake-up in education, the consequences of which are still with us today.
Gerry Mooney discusses the long shadow that Margaret Thatcher still casts over Scottish politics.
Alan Shipman discusses why convincing voters that 'Labour is the better way' was a tough job in 1979.
Alan Shipman discusses how Saatchi and Saatchi's 'Labour Isn't Working' campaign became the poster-child of political advertising.
The question of bias in academic disciplines is one that has resurfaced in recent years, particular in relation to the Social Sciences.
TV, Radio & Events
David Cameron says that the Conservatives have created 1000 jobs for every day they've been in office. Is this true?
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