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Morning Glory with Mike Graham

One Rule For Thee

Historian, Broadcaster and Senior Fellow at the New Culture Forum Rafe Heydel-Mankoo kicks off todays show to discuss the mornings top headlines as well as discussing why net migration figures are Government spin that obscure the shocking reality according to Rafe amidst record breaking net migration figures revealed by the ONS last week. PR Guru Mark Borkowski joins shortly after to discuss the ongoing disaster ensuing at ITV amidst the Phillip Schofield controversy relating to his relationship with a former showrunner. Chair of the Police & Crime Committee London Assembly & London Mayoral Candidate Susan Hall returns to The Independent Republic to discuss why she is running for London Mayor in order to get rid of Sadiq Khan and Labour MP Charlotte Nichols MP closes the show to clash with Mike over a recent twitter spat on political hate speech. All that and so much more, so tune in!

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