Voting to Bomb Syria, Good Cop 21 or Bad Cop 21 and British Brimstone Missiles (E283)

Afshin Rattansi goes underground on British airstrikes in Syria, the Paris climate change conference and the week’s news. Former deputy leader of the Conservative Party, Peter Lilley tells us why he is thinking of moderately rebelling against airstrikes in Syria. Afshin investigates the accuracy of British Brimstone missiles. We speak to Nick Dearden the Director of NGO,  Global Justice Now about whether Paris is full of corporate hot air as they host the Climate Change Conference? Plus Afshin is joined by former news editor of the News of the World and Managing Director of ClearVista Media, Neville Thurlbeck, for a look at the week’s headlines.  From a revolt over war in the Corbyn camp to staff shortages at the NHS.


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