​Tessa Munt talks fracking, succession in Saudi Arabia, & Syriza smeared? (E168)

Afshin Rattansi goes underground on the fracking debate. Tessa Munt MP, who resigned as aide to Vince Cable over her party's refusal to stand against fracking, says she could not support the government as fracking is risky and untested, and could destroy climate and landscape and “you can never really get them back again.” David Hearst, editor of Middle East Eye, talks about growing instability in Saudi Arabia, saying that the transition of power to King Salman was not as smooth as everyone makes out. Are mainstream media already trying to smear Greece for voting for an anti-austerity party? Dennis Skinner lambasts the Prime Minister in PMQs, saying he has a “longer record than his mate Andy Coulson.” And we take a look at the housing crisis, as the March for Homes hits London to protest a lack of social housing.

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