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Morning Glory with Mike Graham

Wednesday Is The New Friday

As the Uk's economy stalls and unemployment reaches new highs, Mike Graham is joined by Theo Usherwood to discuss today's papers and Sunak's D-Day interview, Plus, Ben Newman from Animal Rising is grilled on why the movement decided to paste Wallace and Gromit over the King's portrait.

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