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Labour's re-shuffle, whistleblowing in Ecuador & broken Britain (E292)

While the media rattles on about personalities in Jeremy Corbyn's front bench, Afshin Rattansi talks to one of his shadow ministers about Middle Eastern, natural and nuclear disasters. We interview London School of Economics research fellow Lisa Mckenzie, who tells us how governments and mainstream media are demonizing the working class. Plus, half a decade to the day since Julian Assange's first extradition hearing in Britain, we talk to the Ecuadorian government, provider of his asylum in its embassy in London, about whistleblowing and the pink tide.

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