Chopper’s Politics Podcast: Matt Hancock on trolling, Tony Blair and ‘Tory scum’

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Former Health secretary Matt Hancock and Labour backbencher Rupa Huq join Christopher Hope for his first interview since he quit from the post, to explain why they are joining forces to escalate the conversation about the online abuse of MPs. Rupa weighs up whether more needs to be done about anonymous social media accounts, while Matt reveals which surprising well-known figure has been giving him advice on avoiding the trolls.

Also on the podcast, the Telegraph’s own Camilla Tominey gives us the low down the lobbying row that’s causing fireworks in Westminster this week, plus comedian and commentator Matt Forde and reveals his dream interviewee for political patter (and frankly, we’re shocked the answer isn’t Chopper).

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