Press freedom after Paris attacks, royal scandals & NHS equipment crisis (E159)
Afshin Rattansi goes underground on press freedom in the wake of the Paris terror attacks on the offices of Charlie Hebdo. Dickie Arbiter, former press secretary to the Queen, dismisses the allegations that Prince Andrew had sex with an underage girl as ‘nonsense’ and says the problem is he ‘hasn’t been very good at picking his friends.’ We look at PMQs, with MPs demanding reasons why the Chilcot inquiry hasn’t been published, and Cameron alleging Miliband claimed he wanted to ‘weaponize’ the NHS. And the MHRA regulatory body has received nearly 100,000 reports of faulty medical equipment – linked to nearly 25,000 deaths and injuries – with them warning the real figure could be five times higher.
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