Wednesday 23 October
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23 October 2019
Victor Bulmer-Thomas and Joy Lo Dico join host Andrew Mueller to discuss Boris Johnson’s call for an election in the UK and what it means for Brexit. Plus: why demonstrations in Chile and Bolivia are becoming increasingly violent and how austerity measures in Mexico are harming the media.
23 October 2019
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