Hands, face, space … break international law: Politics Weekly podcast | Politics

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Heather and Polly question how dangerous the UK government’s admission that it plans to break international law might be. They also look at what the new restrictions announced by Boris Johnson will mean for people in England when they are introduced from next Monday.

With the Brexit negotiations between the EU and the British government entering their eighth round this week, Heather speaks to the Guardian’s Brussels correspondent, Jennifer Rankin, and the director of the UK in a Changing Europe thinktank, Anand Menon, about how likely it is that the two sides will come up with a deal.

Plus, Simon Murphy talks to the Conservative MP Tracey Crouch about the Sustain the Game initiative, why she wants to see local fans back in lower-tier stadiums, and how she has worked through the summer after receiving a breast diagnosis diagnosis in June.

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Boris Johnson (C) waves flanked by Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis (L) and Northern Ireland's Health Minister Robin Swann (R), all wearing facemasks as a precaution against the spread of the novel coronavirus as they arrive to visit the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service HQ in Belfast on 13 August (Photo by Brian Lawless/AFP via Getty Images)



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