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25 Jan, 2016 14:02

Iranian sanctions, Student grants, Trident’s tired technology, Should we bring back compulsor (E298)

Afshin Rattansi goes underground on the removal of EU sanctions against Iran, tax credit cuts, the UK’s outdated nuclear deterrent and what debates are going on in Parliament that no one else is talking about. Masoumeh Ebtekar, Iran’s Vice President talks about the dangers of rapprochement with a rapacious superpower – effects on oil, transportation, and the increasing danger of attacks similar to those that followed the disarmament of Libya. We speak to the former Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, Sir Vince Cable on how David Cameron is able to push through laws without even consulting MPs? Plus Trident’s nuclear submarines running off of Microsoft Windows XP and Pete Bennett & Sebastian Pacher’s report on the Lords trying to bring back the National Identity Register & ID cards.


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