Government failures, terrorist media, & Cameron misleading public (E118)

Afshin Rattansi goes underground on why governments fail. Ed Straw, author of Stand and Deliver: A Design for Successful Government, says the failure is a problem with a system simply not designed for the modern world. Jamie Bartlett, author of Dark Net: Inside the Digital Underworld, explains why ISIS have been able to use social media to their advantage, and the threat Bitcoin poses to the established banking system. We introduce the National Cyber Security Programme, tasked with keeping us safe from online threats, but with 'variable' success. With further delays looking likely, we ask if the Chilcot inquiry will be finished before we go into ANOTHER war with Iraq. Whilst there are protests about BBC reporting of the Scottish independence referendum, we look at the HSBC and Pepsi director that Cameron now wants to oversee regulation there. And David Cameron is in trouble with the Press Complaints Commission over 'misrepresenting statistics' in a Telegraph article.