Stopping domestic abuse, 'world's policemen', & heat or eat crisis (E148)
Afshin Rattansi goes underground on the new domestic violence bill. MP Elfyn Llwyd, who sponsored the bill, believes it will allow the police to use discretion to protect those at risk of violence. Former FBI agent Coleen Rowley warns America are becoming the 'world's policemen' with intelligence-sharing deals. Fuel Poverty Action’s Clare Welton points out that thousands of people are still dying because they are unable to heat their homes, whilst energy companies make billions in profits. We ask if British Intelligence had been colluding with the killer of Lee Rigby. And what are Theresa May's new counter-terrorism powers going to achieve?
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