​No human involved, Dengue in Dover, & Care.data confidentiality crisis (E193)

Afshin Rattansi goes underground on racism and discrimination. Nick Broomfield, an award-winning documentary filmmaker, reveals the work he has done, revealing a disdain for the poor with terms used like 'no human involved' to describe what they classed as 'disposable people.' Dr. Paul Parham, co-author of a paper examining the transmission of mosquito borne diseases, warns that with climate change continuing, mosquitoes could be heading north, and bringing tropical diseases like dengue fever with them. We ask why is the West opposing every force trying to battle ISIS. We take a look at the headlines with rockets in Yemen and rocketing profits for BAE. We look into evidence that Monsanto's Round Up could be killing more than just weeds. And the NHS Care.data programme could be snuck through before the election - despite even NHS England's National Director for Patients and Information, Tim Kelsey, admitting that it 'can never be 100% secure.'

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