Dominic Cummings has departed Downing Street, just five months after the government threw their credibility under the bus to save him, they’ve thrown him under a bus too. I’ll resist the temptation to suggest that it has ‘£350m for the NHS’ written across it.
I spoke Catherine McLeod – former special advisor to Chancellor Alistair Darling
This week – on the final instalment of the Road to the White House (for now) – we take stock of that fraught and often unbearable election campaign, the size of Biden’s win, what next for Trump and what next for a Republican Party gripped by Trumpism.
It’s been another week of rough and tumble in US politics – with the fraught debate over who should replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court – and America topping 200,000 Coronavirus deaths.
We returned to the Road to the White House this weekend to consider that – and what to expect from the first
Nigel Bromage was 15 when he was handed a leaflet at school. Joining a group campaigning against the IRA, a cause he believed in, soon became membership – and then leadership – of a neo-Nazi organisation.
Nigel joined me on talkRADIO to tell his story, and explain how the group prayed on his vulnerability, gave him