Corrupt UK, arming Ukraine, & Britain's dying immigrants (E190)

Afshin Rattansi goes underground on British corruption. David Whyte, professor in the Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology Department at the University of Liverpool, warns of a 'national myth' that Britain is not corrupt, saying there is widespread institutional corruption from politics to policing. Iain Overton, director of Action on Armed Violence, warns that arming Ukraine will lead to weapons falling into the wrong hands, pointing out that 'we've definitely seen American arms in the hands of ISIS.' With the re-election of Netanyahu, we look at whether the US and UK are heading in different directions on relationships with Israel. Jeremy Clarkson takes a break from making the headlines to write some in Breaking Views. And a report emerges showing that not only is Britain trying not let in migrants, their death rate in the UK is one of the highest in Europe.