UKIP 'monster', drone delay & England's embarrassment [E88]
Afshin Rattansi goes underground on the rise of UKIP. The founder of the party, Alan Sked, warns that it has become a monster and was never meant to be a right-wing party. Alice Ross, Drone Project Leader at the Bureau for Investigative Journalism, looks at the £135 million the government paid for 5 reaper drones in 2010 -- which have only just become operational. We introduce Healthcare at Home, a company accused of failing to get medicines to NHS patients on time. We take a look at the week's misleading headlines in Breaking Views – is obesity contagious? Are we spending millions on half-empty planes to deport immigrants? And right before the World Cup, there's an embarrassing breach of security for the England football team.
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