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Democracy in the UK & USA : Don’t Shout at the Telly
Brexit & Trump: A press conference
The state of democracy: The view on the streets
Democracy in question: What do you think?
Democracy denied: The view on the streets
Report from the Brexit march: Leave means democracy
General Election Fallout: The View On The Streets
The General Election: Don’t shout at the telly change the message on it
Revolting!: Books & Buns with author Mick Hume
Abolish the Lords? The view on the streets
Rule by Judges?: Don’t Shout at the Telly
Post Referendum Britain: Don’t Shout at the Telly
Invoke Article 50 Now!: It Should Be News
March for Europe: A March Against Democracy?
EU IN or Out Your Shout: Ten Questions
The View On The Streets: The European Union
QuestionDine 2015: Election Candidates with chips
Law and democracy
European Referendum: What will decide the vote?
Elections: The view on the streets
After the referendum: Britain divided?
The new populism
Ten Questions For Election Candidates
On the streets: Is voting a duty?
The UK economy after Brexit: Sink or swim?
How will we feed Britain after Brexit?
Should we fear democracy?
The EU & the Irish referendum
Don’t Shout at the Telly: Vote for what?
Europe’s new far right: Fear or fantasy?
Is Europe boring?
Euro and the economy: The final countdown?
Riots and Revolutions: Europe’s young radicals?
Will the EU be the death of democracy? (Edited Highlights)
Will the EU be the death of democracy? (Full debate)
Question Dine: A row is on the menu
Eurozonia: Too big to fail, too small to succeed?
Is there a culture war against populism?
Brexit – where are we at?
Battle for Politics: Evidence based policy
Question Dine: Election candidates served raw
The new Irish border question
Rally for Democracy: An Invoke Democracy Now Event
Votes At 16?
What is … democracy?
The fall of the technocratic experts
Democracy under siege