Iraq turmoil, UK secret trials & England’s World Cup bid own-goal? [E93]

Afshin Rattansi goes underground the recent chaos in Iraq with Sami Ramadani, an Iraqi refugee, who says the west has misunderstood the complexity of the situation in the country. International media lawyer Paul Tweed talks about the Crown Prosecution Service holding ‘secret trials’ for terrorism suspects and warns that there must be a balance between transparency and protecting lives. We introduce the UK’s top secret Middle Eastern spying network – which failed to warn of the trouble brewing in Iraq. The Chilcot inquiry tops the agenda in this week’s PMQs. And has England scored an own-goal as a FIFA Ethics Investigator asks questions about a dinner from its World Cup campaign?

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