We were all a little bit more innocent at the beginning of 2018, weren't we? Barely anyone knew - or cared - about the Brexit backstop, Trump and China weren't at (trade) war, and Labour's anti-Semitism problem hadn't been so painfully put on display. In this last episode of the Spectator Podcast for the year, join Lara Prendergast as she talks to a star-studded cast of commentators and experts on the biggest political and cultural events this year. She talks to James Forsyth, Stephen Bush, and Rory Stewart MP on just how badly Brexit is going and has a frank but funny discussion with Jess Phillips MP, Paul Mason, and Katy Balls on the things that went wrong (and right) for Labour this year. She moderates a head to head between Douglas Murray and Anne McElvoy on Europe, and introduces us to a discussion hosted by Freddy Gray on American politics and Trump, with Kate Andrews and Sir Christopher Meyer. I hope you will enjoy this episode.