Egypt death sentence, mental health crisis & breaking views (E212)

Founder and chairman of the British Arab Network, Wafic Moustafa, tells “Going Underground” host Afshin Rattansi why Egypt’s first democratically elected President Mohamed Morsi is currently facing a death sentence. We look at the future of the former British colony which presides over the Suez Canal. And, as Theresa May promises to keep people with mental health issues out of police cells, Deborah Coles asks whether there is anyone investigating deaths in mental health institutions. Plus, Afshin is joined once again by former MP and broadcaster Lembit Opik for breaking views. This week they talk Russian spy planes, Marks and Spencer extremists and a potential Euro Brexit.


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