Carolyn Quinn is joined by former Cabinet minister John Whittingdale, Labour peer Stewart Wood, former senior civil servant Caroline Slocock and New Statesman writer Stephen Bush.
Carolyn Quinn's political guests are the former Culture Secretary John Whittingdale, and the Labour peer and former government adviser Stewart Wood. They're joined by the former senior civil servant Caroline Slocock - who has just published a memoir of her time working in Downing Street for Margaret Thatcher - and the New Statesman's special correspondent, Stephen Bush. Topics for discussion include whether the UK should stay in a customs union with the EU, and the treatment of the Windrush generation of migrants. The panel also reflect on the 25th anniversary of the racist murder of Stephen Lawrence, and how it changed Britain.