Buying justice, Oil's social Artwash, & EU leaving children to drown (E197)
Afshin Rattansi goes underground on cuts and reforms to the legal system. Criminal Barrister Jerry Hayes warns it’s a 'terrible, terrible mistake' that has left the system 'creaking' and could threaten the right to a fair trial. Mel Evans, author of Artwash, looks at the ways the oil industry uses art sponsorship to create a 'guise of social responsibility' and distract the public from what they're really doing. Save the Children's Gemma Parkin looks at the EU 'turning its back' on migrant children drowning in the Mediterranean with their decision to stop search and rescue missions – meaning 'men, women and children are being allowed to drown in the sea.' And could Haliburton soon be fracking North Yorkshire?
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