Chopper’s Politics Podcast: What’s the case for a new national flagship?

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The government has finally revealed more details about their plans to build a new national flagship to replace the Royal Yacht Britannia, so Christopher Hope is joined by Defence Secretary Ben Wallace to talk about whether the ship will really pay for itself “many, many times over” as the Prime Minister claims, the lasting impact of the project with rival the London 2012 Olympics, and why the Minister thinks “basket weaving, leftie Islington nonsense” is stopping Labour from understanding the benefits.

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