Welcome to the Weekly Sceptic episode 78! This week: * George Galloway gives Keir Starmer a bloody nose in Rochdale, but can he do lasting damage to Labour’s electoral prospects? * Rishi Sunak tries to make a ‘healing’ speech celebrating Britain’s ‘multi-faith democracy’, but fails to revive his party’s fortunes * On the even of the Budget, Jeremy Hunt burnishes his credentials as a ‘wet’ by saying he intends to emulate the ‘prudent and responsible’ Gordon Brown, who sold half of Britain’s gold reserves at the bottom of the market * Plus everyone’s favourite section Peak Woke * Premium content in this week’s episode includes the two-year sentence received by Sam Melia for producing ‘far Right’ stickers and Trump’s Supreme Court victory, which means the Democrats can’t keep him off the ballot. * Sign up for all the extra content on our new platform, BASED, at www.basedmedia.org and, if you sign up as a silver or gold member, you can ask Nick and Toby anything you like in their first Zoom call with subscribers this Thursday

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