Water woes: who’s to blame for the shortages?

Aug 11, 03:30 PM

In this week’s episode:

Who’s to blame for the water shortages?

James Forsyth, The Spectator’s political editor and Ciaran Nelson from Anglian Water join us to discuss the UK’s deteriorating water supply. (0.29)

Also this week: Is it time for some old-fashioned Tory state-building?

Tim Stanley from the Telegraph shares his vision for a Conservative future. He’s joined by Annabel Denham, director of communications at the Institute of Economic Affairs. (11.19)

And finally: What’s behind France’s new sexual politics?

Jonathan Miller writes about a new civil war in France between the nudes and prudes. He’s joined by Louise Perry, columnist and author of The Case Against the Sexual Revolution. (23.08)

Hosted by Lara Prendergast.

Produced by Natasha Feroze.