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This week, we are joined by the hosts of one of my very favourite podcasts, Fucking Cancelled.

Clementine and Jay talk to us about their own journey to activism, through what they call the nexus -that toxic combination of social media bullying and neoliberal group thing- and out the other side to a genuine left they call 'socialism with freaky options'.

Along the way we discuss what cancellation is, how old it is, why it works and whether or not its efficacy is fading.

Super fun show with some super fun people!

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