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Caroline Lucas launches legal challenge against GCHQ's 'illegal spying' [E77]

Afshin Rattansi goes underground with Caroline Lucas about the legal challenge she's launched against GCHQ over illegal spying. We speak to Alice Ukoko about why Boko Haram has suddenly prompted British and US interest in Nigeria. We introduce Sir Mark Waller, the Intelligence Services Commissioner tasked with keeping GCHQ in check. Plus, could the recent rise in the number of self-employed people could be a bad thing? And find out what Tony Blair’s been up to since sending troops to five wars in six years.

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