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Welcome to part two of Ungagged’s podcast based loosely around the Karl Liebknecht.” quote, “The basic law of capitalism is you or I, not both you and I.”
On this episode, Paul Sheridan lead singer of The Wakes tells us, “Profit before people, coca cola is it!, The talented Debra Torrance tells us a few Brexit Jokes and Glasgow Councillor, Mhairi Hunter talks about Brexit, the Scottish independence referendum and the equal pay settlement in Glasgow City Council. With the last exciting instalment of Tales of the Gareloch entitled, Hodder, Superheroes, riots and cleaning up and music from Dream Nails, with their track, Fascism is Coming, The Wakes with The Battle of George square, David Rovics and After the Revolution and Sister Ghost, with Emily.
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