MORE banking scandals, decriminalise drugs, & British boots in Iraq? (E141)

Afshin Rattansi goes underground on Britain's banks. With yet more scandals on the horizon, Ian Fraser, journalist, broadcaster and author of Shredded: He believes there are more fines to come for the UK banks, and warns that the very banks accused of fraud are now advising police on financial crime. Professor David Nutt, former chair of the advisory committee on the misuse of drugs, says possession of drugs should be decriminalized, which would benefit society, and a 'sensible' drug policy could save the UK £5-10 billion a year. We look into whether British secret services intervened to get Lee Rigby's killer out of jail. In Breaking Views, there's more Cold War talk, Labour rebellions against Miliband, and David Cameron regaining his place on the list of the world's 10 most powerful people. And could we see British boots on the ground in Iraq?

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