Pompey’s favourite party political podcast returns with hosts Ian ‘Tiny’ Morris and Simon Sansbury.In this week’s episode, Ian and Simon discuss the 72nd birthday of the NHS, misreporting of a local lockdown, leaving the EU, and the scourge of recent littering.
Join us as we discuss:🟢Results of our poll asking if the U.K. should have sought an extension to the transition period – The event passed without so much as a whisper itself, but what did our listeners say?🟢As the NHS celebrates its 72nd birthday, will it be around in 72 years time, should it, and what could it look like?🟢why can’t dins put rubbish in bins?🟢After media reports causing Pompey panic, is the city in danger of going into a citywide lockdown?
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