Chopper’s Politics Podcast: A crazy old people’s club

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    Boris is back and a new baby too! Quite the week in Downing Street.

    Sir Iain Duncan Smith MP, former Conservative leader, joins The Telegraph’s Christopher Hope to discuss why the Government shouldn’t treat the public like children and why he thinks our relationship with China should be forever changed after coronavirus.

    Plus Baroness Joan Bakewell, Labour peer and broadcasting legend, on why she’s angry with politicians for treating the over-70s like “a crazy old people’s club”.

    And former Labour front bencher, Chris Bryant explains why he’s not a fan of the virtual parliament, and the importance of a good bookshelf.

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