‘How do we get rid of ISIS, pointless politics, & drone strike casualties’ (E131)
Afshin Rattansi goes underground on the war in Iraq and Syria. Sabah Al-Mukhtar, President of the Arab Lawyers Association, warns the people who really suffer are the civilians in the region, and that ‘we cannot fight terrorism from the air’. And we still cannot define what the Islamic State (formerly ISIS) is. Frank Furedi, emeritus professor of Sociology at the University of Kent, looks at the future of party politics, and the ‘responsibility’ of the public to create an alternative. We look at allegations that drone attacks in Afghanistan killed civilians ‘collecting firewood.’ In PMQs, Cameron wants rights for Hong Kong that the UK doesn’t even have. And we find out which companies were dining with the Conservatives at their Black and White Ball.
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