FFS, Another Brexit Podcast

Our campaign is different, and so is this podcast. We’ll be hosting new voices, diverse perspectives and insider analysis from the next generation of People’s Vote activists. 

FFS, Another Brexit Podcast is hosted by FFS co-founders Jason Arthur and Amanda Chetwynd-Cowieson, leaders of a youth and student-led movement for a People’s Vote on Brexit.

Episode 5

Special guest Lucy Moon, Rally for the Future and Ed Mili-spice

In the latest episode of FFS, Another Brexit Podcast, Abby steps in once more, co-hosting with regular Amanda as they speak to Youtube’s Lucy Moon. Topics include the pressure on social media influencers to do politics, Labour’s shift on Brexit and why Ed Miliband is a spice. 

Episode 4

Special guest Chuka Umunna MP, Pride and Strictly Come Dancing

In the latest episode of FFS, Another Brexit Podcast, Amanda is back with FFS regular Jason as they interview the newest Liberal Democrat MP, Chuka Umunna. They cover a year of change (big and small ‘c’) for Chuka, as well as why Anne Widdecombe has ruined Strictly Come Dancing and why Pride is so. good.

Episode 3

Special guest Jo Swinson MP, Glasto and dead cat strategies

In the latest episode of FFS, Another Brexit Podcast, Abby Tomlinson steps in for Amanda with regular Jason. Their guest is current Deputy Leader of Liberal Democrats, Jo Swinson, and others topics of conversation include dead cats, Stormzy and Freedom of Movement for horses. 

Episode 2

Special guest Laura Parker, #NoShowBojo and Let us be Heard update. 

In this second episode of FFS, Another Brexit Podcast, Amanda and Jason are joined by Momentum’s Laura Parker to discuss the Labour Party’s addiction to fences and Euro Elections – as well discussing the next steps for the Let Us Be Heard campaign and the many problems with Boris Johnson. 

Episode 1

Special Guest Iain Dale, Hyper-Masculinity & No Deal Brexit –  but not all at once.

In the first ever episode of FFS, Another Brexit Podcast, Amanda and Jason interview LBC host and Conservative Commentator Iain Dale, talk about hyper-masculinity in the Conservative Party and the dearth of leadership in Labour on Brexit.