Our award-winning podcast is back for a new series
07 March 2017
We’re back and kicking off our new series with President Trump — the end of economics as we know it, or Republican business as usual?
I’m your brand new host of the award-winning Weekly Economics Podcast, and this week I sat down with New Economics Foundation regulars Alice Martin, Laurie Macfarlane and Stephen Devlin. As well as Trump, we cover top stories from the last 7 days and get some expert predictions on the upcoming Budget.
Tune in to find out why Mexico might want to nationalise Twitter, and the bad news ahead for Britain’s vending machines…
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