Time for a special two parter – but only because the recorder got full and we lost the second half. Oops.

So tune in next time when we will cover the topics the recorder missed, such as Matt Hancock’s diaries, a look back at our lockdown stance, and a discussion on the artist now known as Ye.

For now, delve in to the #twitterfiles where we talk about the release of correspondance from Twitter on the Hunter Biden laptop story from 2020 in an attempt by Elon Musk to be more transparent.

Did the employees at twitter just make up the rules as they went along? How far does a policy stretch?

As more emerges from twitter HQ, expect a recap in Part Two where we’ll dive into the politics of social media, and the power (or lack of it) of the legacy media.

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