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Today in audio: Tuesday 26th January

26 January 2016

5:26 PM

26 January 2016

5:26 PM

Haven’t had a chance to follow the day’s political events and interviews? Then don’t worry: here, The Spectator, brings you the best of today’s audio clips in one place for you to listen to.

Jesse Norman had an awkward time on the Victoria Derbyshire show after being taken to task by a furious Paula Radcliffe.

Speaking on Today, Vote Leave’s Jon Moynihan accused the other side in the EU renegotiation debate of trying to create FUD — fear, uncertainty and doubt. Although, it seems, he may not have known what that the term means north of the border

Labour’s Liz Kendall was on Daily Politics, speaking about the state of the party.

Whilst Lord Lamont said it was a ‘terrible argument’ to think the EU would be too angry to negotiate if Britain left:

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