Carolyn Quinn discusses the Chancellor's Autumn Statement with the former cabinet minister, Stephen Crabb, Labour Treasury spokesman Jonathan Reynolds and economist Vicky Pryce.
Carolyn Quinn looks ahead to the Chancellor's forthcoming Autumn Statement with the former Work and Pensions Secretary Stephen Crabb; Labour Treasury spokesman Jonathan Reynolds; and the economist Vicky Pryce. They're joined by the political editor of the Financial Times, George Parker. The programme also includes a report on the rise of political movements - such as Podemos in Spain, and Momentum in the UK. The businessman Arron Banks - a former Ukip donor, and leading Brexit campaigner - discusses his ideas for a popular movement to challenge what he calls "career politicians". And he reveals more details of how he and Nigel Farage recently met President Elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower in New York.