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Matthew Stiles | Electric Cars by 2030

18th January 2018 | Politics

Matthew Stiles | Electric Cars by 2030

On his radio show every Thursday, Matthew Stiles breaks down some of the most contentious new stories from the past week and answers the questions you can’t quite work out the answers to…

A government watchdog has warned ministers that in order to stay on track for greenhouse gas goals, up to 3/5’s of UK cars will need to be electric by 2030.

But, questions are arising as to how feasible these plans are to get off the ground.


In this segment of the show, Matt looks at the pros and cons of having electric cars on the road, why they haven’t become an industry standard yet, and what might be the best solution for the future.

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Matthew Stiles | Electric Cars by 2030

Matthew Stiles looks at the pros and cons of having electirc cars on the road, why they haven't become an industry standard yet, and what might be the best solution for the future. (9 minutes)



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Hyer's Highlights: Trump's First Year

14th January 2018 | Politics

Hyer's Highlights: Trump's First Year

As hard as it may be to believe, it has been almost whole year since President Donald Trump’s inauguration on 20th January 2017.

It is near-impossible to summarise his Presidency thus far in a matter of minutes, although the Economist magazine attempted to condense it all, concluding that Trump economic successes have been a case of being in the “right place at the right time”.


On Benji Hyer’s show, listener Georgia markets Trump’s Presidency as 0.5/10, and claimed that any achievements have been minuscule when taking into account the magnitude of the US economy.

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Benji Hyer on Trump's First Year

Benji Hyer responds to listener Georgia who rates Trump's Presidency and claims that any of his achievements have been miniscule. (4 minutes)

Hyer's Highlights: Second Brexit Referendum

14th January 2018 | Politics

Hyer's Highlights: Second Brexit Referendum

Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage has incredibly declared that he is close to backing a second EU referendum to end the “whinging and whining” of anti-Brexit campaigners, such as Nick Clegg or Tony Blair.

Farage told Channel 5’s The Wright Stuff programme that a fresh vote could “kill off” the Remain campaign for a generation.


It’s difficult to understand Farage’s motive here; was it to remain relevant, or to maintain his position as the counterpart to the status quo? Also, to be in preference of a referendum on the terms of the deal once they become clear is one thing, but to now support a second nation-wide referendum on our entire membership of the EU is bold and exceptional. There seems to be a delicious irony whereby the only person now questioning the referendum result mandate is the individual most responsible for Brexit.

Many listeners on the show were left bemused at what would happen in the case of a second referendum. However, on Benji Hyer’s show, listener Rebecca highlighted that the cultural impacts should not be ignored.

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Benji Hyer on a Second Brexit Referendum

Benji Hyer responds to listener Rebecca who highlights that the cultural impacts of a second referendum should not be ignored. (2 minutes)