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  1. Has Brexit saved the Lib Dems? | News | The Guardian

    The Lib Dems have made an extraordinary comeback in 2019 because of their anti-Brexit stance. Toby Helm discusses whether they are here to stay. And: Oliver Wainwright on the inclusion of social housing in this year’s Stirling prize


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  2. Why do so many people still believe the moon landings were a hoax? – podcast | News | The Guardian

    Richard Godwin explores why conspiracy theories still endure 50 years on from the Apollo 11 mission. Plus Geoff Andrews on the Guardian’s front page from 1969


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  3. Change UK: how not to set up a political party – podcast | Politics | The Guardian

    With six of its 11 MPs having quit, Heather Stewart, charts what went wrong. Plus Damian Carrington on plant extinctions


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  4. Anna Sorokin: the fake heiress who fooled everyone | podcast | News | The Guardian

    Hadley Freeman discusses how Sorokin was eventually exposed. Plus: Helen Pidd on the inequality between London and the rest of England


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  5. Smuggled over the border: the school trip, the Stasi and the East German defector – podcast | World news | The Guardian

    In 1984, a group of West German schoolchildren smuggled an East German defector out of East Germany. Sophie Hardach speaks to those involved. Plus: Jo Holdaway on the GM anti-virus drug that saved her daughter’s life


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  6. The reality of reality TV - podcast | Television & radio | The Guardian

    Following the death of Love Island’s Mike Thalassitis, Jonny Mitchell, a friend and former contestant, and Sarah Gertrude Shapiro, a former producer of US show The Bachelor, discuss their experiences of reality television. Plus Gaby Hinsliff on the stubborn obduracy of Theresa May


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  7. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: can the new star of the US left help beat Trump? | News | The Guardian

    All eyes are on Ocasio-Cortez, but what does her brand of politics actually mean for the Democrats as they head into the presidential elections next year? The Guardian’s Lauren Gambino reports from Washington. And Rupert Jones discusses the dangers of the rising number of windowless microflats


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  8. The 8 worst things you can do to try and convince somebody

    We all need to win over clients and stakeholders to do our job. Without them, we cannot get approval to do the things we need to do.


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  9. How Brexit unravelled | News | The Guardian

    In a disastrous week for Theresa May’s Brexit agreement, her former director of strategy, Chris Wilkins, and the Guardian’s Daniel Boffey chart where it all went wrong. Plus: Polly Toynbee on what Labour should do next


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  10. Is there a Democrat who can oust Donald Trump? | News | The Guardian

    The Democrats are already fighting for the opportunity to take on Donald Trump - but can any of them hope to unseat him?


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