Each week, the Maclean’s Ottawa bureau sits down to discuss the stories behind the week’s stories in our politics podcast, On The Hill.
They also gather in the OMNI studios to talk about the stories that matter. This week, Cormac MacSweeney quizzes John Geddes and Paul Wells about how Albertans dumped a conservative dynasty—and what it could mean for federal party leaders, what a big Conservative win in the United Kingdom means for that country’s future, and how the latest emails in Nigel Wright’s name are rekindling the long-simmering Wright-Duffy affair on Parliament Hill.
A conservative dynasty dies
ON THE U.K.
The stone slab that sunk Ed Miliband
Paul Wells on a non-revolution
The former Gitmo detainee angers Tories
Canada’s not-done deal with the EU
They’re figuring out how to win