Monday 21 June
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21 June 2021
We discuss Sweden’s brewing political crisis and check in with the founder of the Women Political Leaders summit, Silvana Koch-Mehrin. Plus: the latest technology news and a flip through the morning papers.
21 June 2021
Ahead of today’s Women Political Leaders summit we speak to its founder, former vice president of the European Parliament Silvana Koch-Mehrin, about how different countries’ management of the pandemic has enhanced the reputation of female leaders.
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