Phone hacking power play; UK child poverty & war in art [E95]
Afshin Rattansi goes underground on the hacking trial outcome. With Rebekah Brooks not guilty and Andy Coulson facing jail time, we ask whether Rupert Murdoch is more powerful than David Cameron. Plus, we hear from one of the authors of a new report which says 3.5 million children will soon be living in absolute poverty, while their parents will have to choose whether to eat or heat their homes. Actor Jack Holden explains why anti-war plays are more important than ever in today's world. In Top of the Flops, we take a look at who really works in Quangos. And there's more trouble with passports, as documents are sent to the wrong person.
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