​Meat free Mondays, cash for complaints, & indyref press (E117)

Afshin Rattansi goes underground on climate change. Greg Barker, a former climate change minister, explains how giving up meat one day a week could save the world, and the promise of new technology when it comes to reducing carbon footprint. Shantha David, a solicitor with Unison, explains why they are bringing a case against the government for charging people to complain about their employers. We introduce John Manzoni, who oversaw oil refinery disasters, health and safety violations, and is now in charge of 400 billion pounds of taxpayer money. The Scottish independence debate dominates the headlines in this week’s Breaking Views. And current and former Sports Direct staff on zero-hours contracts look to put the boot into the store over being denied bonuses.

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