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The West Country at Westminster

Last week West Country politicians made national headlines, with Totnes MP Sarah Wollaston ditching the Leave Europe campaign to vote Remain, and Sir John Nott quitting the Tory party.

Defending his party on our political programme was St Ives MP Derek Thomas. He was joined in the firing line by Boris Johnson's dad Stanley. Ian Axton questioned what the pro-European environmentalist made of his son's campaign to exit the EU?

Watch the full episode below:

The West Country at Westminster

Last week West Country politicians made national headlines, with Totnes MP Sarah Wollaston ditching the Leave Europe campaign to vote Remain, and Sir John Nott quitting the Tory party.

Defending his party on our political programme was St Ives MP Derek Thomas. He was joined in the firing line by Boris Johnson's dad Stanley. Ian Axton questioned what the pro-European environmentalist made of his son's campaign to exit the EU?

Watch the full episode below:

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The West Country at Westminster - December

Ian Axton sits down with Marcus Fysh, the Conservative MP for Yeovil, Baroness Jan Royall, a Labour peer, and Steve Crowther, UKIP party chairman, for this month's The West Country at Westminster.

On a week that has seen one man in court for threatening to bomb the home of a West Country MP, Ian discusses the ups and downs of social media with his guests.

Also, what next for UKIP after what can only be described as a disastrous by-election result.

And, can David Cameron really stop European migrants claiming benefits here in the UK?

The West Country at Westminster - December

Ian Axton sits down with Marcus Fysh, the Conservative MP for Yeovil, Baroness Jan Royall, a Labour peer, and Steve Crowther, UKIP party chairman, for this month's The West Country at Westminster.

On a week that has seen one man in court for threatening to bomb the home of a West Country MP, Ian discusses the ups and downs of social media with his guests.

Also, what next for UKIP after what can only be described as a disastrous by-election result.

And, can David Cameron really stop European migrants claiming benefits here in the UK?

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