Afghanistan problems, stateless Brits, & a decade of torture (E150)

Afshin Rattansi goes underground on the state of Afghanistan after British withdrawal. Former British ambassador to Afghanistan Sir William Patey says that progress is being made, with the third democratic election held recently, but there are still problems with opium production booming and Taliban attacks. Clive Baldwin of Human Rights Watch discusses the new bill which could see Brits rendered stateless. We asked who used sarin gas in Syria. We look at the headlines in Breaking Views, with immigration and 'political' climate change on the agenda. And we look at the case of the Pakistani man who claims he faced a decade of torture at the hands of the UK and US.

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