COLUMNIST Paul Kavanagh (aka the Wee Ginger Dug) is joined by journalist Stewart Ward for this week's Wee Ginger Dugcast.

We've got the election latest and are asking whether Andrew Neil's monologue was sufficient consequence for Boris Johnson dodging an interview with him.

In Glentrothes, the SNP suspended their candidate over alleged anti-Semitism, which he has since apologised for – and we're looking at how it was all handled.

Plus, with Paul set for an event in Dumfries & Galloway, where Richard Arkless is bidding to unseat Alister Jack, we're examining the mood on the ground.

There was also a visit to the UK by US President Donald Trump.

And last, but definitely not least, we're celebrating the fantastic figures for Gaelic – with the new Duolingo course proving a huge hit.

Paul explains why it's so worth learning ... and that's not just because it annoys Tories.

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