In a start-the-week discussion on Monday, I spoke with Julia Hartley-Brewer about the UK’s political nightmares, from Tory in-fighting over Brexit to the opposition Labour Party’s continued floundering over anti-semitism.

First, we discuss the plot of Boris Johnson to replace Prime Minister Theresa May, hinging on a “no deal” Brexit regardless of the economic damage.

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Then, it’s a chat about the lack of an effective opposition, with the failure of Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn to establish a firm line on the anti-semitism issue while his members battle each other.

Right now I am frustrated that not only do we have a Government which is fumbling around and stumbling around into oblivion, we have an opposition which is nowhere on key issues.

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