Discussion of political opposition with leading academics, politicians and commentators, presented by Dr Nigel Fletcher of the Centre for Opposition Studies.
An unscheduled EMERGENCY episode (!) prompted by the resignation of senior Civil Servant Sue Gray to take up a job... more
New Year, new episodes! An update from Nigel Fletcher on our plans for the podcast in 2023, including more topical... more
With protests continuing on the streets of Iran against the country's authoritarian regime, and the Ukrainian people continuing their defiance... more
As the Conservative Party suffers a collapse in its opinion poll rating, Nigel speaks to pollster Chris Curtis of Opinium... more
There is a new mood of confidence around the Labour Party as it takes a substantial lead in the opinion... more
In this special episode, we pay tribute to Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in the week of her State... more
This episode features extracts from the first Opposition Studies Conference, held in July 2022 at King's College London. Baroness Royall... more
The Labour Party, perhaps more than other parties, has a keen sense of its own history. In this episode... more
How important are ideas to an opposition party seeking election? How has the Labour Party struggled to balance ideology and... more
We're back with a Christmas Special, and a real treat from the archives of the Centre for Opposition Studies. In... more
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