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71: Australia’s Brexit moment

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Matthew Lesh, director of public policy and communications at the Institute of Economic Affairs, joins Chris Snowdon and Tom Slater for the latest episode of Last Orders. They discuss the Voice to Parliament referendum in Australia, the latest on Rishi Sunak’s crusade against smoking, and Labour’s plan to criminalise misgendering.
We’re doing our first live show! On Saturday 28 October, Chris and Tom will be joined by the Telegraph’s Madeline Grant and GB News’s Patrick Christys for a special live edition of Last Orders at the Battle of Ideas festival in Westminster. Find out more about the festival and get your tickets here: https://www.battleofideas.org.uk/
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Matthew Lesh, director of public policy and communications at the Institute of Economic Affairs, joins Chris Snowdon and Tom Slater for the latest episode of Last Orders. They discuss the Voice to Parliament referendum in Australia, the latest on Rishi Sunak’s crusade against smoking, and Labour’s plan to criminalise misgendering.
We’re doing our first live show! On Saturday 28 October, Chris and Tom will be joined by the Telegraph’s Madeline Grant and GB News’s Patrick Christys for a special live edition of Last Orders at the Battle of Ideas festival in Westminster. Find out more about the festival and get your tickets here: https://www.battleofideas.org.uk/
Enter the code SPIKED at checkout to get 20 per cent off your ticket.
Send your postbag questions to lastorders@spiked-online.com and we’ll try to answer them in the next episode.
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