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Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer and deputy leader Angela Rayner during the Labour Party local elections campaign launch at the Black Country & Marches Institute of Technology in Dudley

Rishi Sunak and the attack of the cybermen

Ciaran Martin from the National Cyber Security Centre joins the podcast team to discuss the threat of cyberattacks on British politicians.

Is China really launching cyberattacks on British politicians and institutions? If so, then how serious is the threat – and what can the government do about it? Ciaran Martin, the first chief executive of the National Cyber Security Centre, joins the podcast team to discuss.

Two more ministers have quit the government – and announced that they will step down from parliament. So how dangerous is this exodus for Rishi Sunak, and how has the PM reshuffled his pack?

PLUS: Keir Starmer and Angela Rayner launched Labour’s local government campaign with a new plan for devolving power across England. So how will it work – and will it succeed?

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