This week’s Stuff That Interests me is with Telegraph columnist and broadcaster Liam Halligan discussing Clean Brexit, written with economist Gerard Lyons.

The second half, in which Liam describes the conspiracies afoot, particularly in House Of Lords, to undermine the vote and engender a second referendum are very interesting, as are the potential consequences to our democracy and economy of a re-vote.


If you prefer to listen via podcast, here’s a link to the audio version at itunes and here it is at Acast.