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Snoopers Charter 2.0, pushing Trident’s red button & gang violence (E316)

Afshin Rattansi goes underground on the Investigatory Powers Bill, Trident and Joint Enterprise Law. David Cameron's government unveils its revised snoopers' charter but is it aimed at Islamic State/Daesh or British political dissidents? We speak to Richard Barbrook, senior lecturer at the School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Languages at the University of Westminster and trustee of Cyber Salon think tank. And a former Royal Navy commander in charge of nuclear weapons, Robert Green tells us why he is standing with the tens of thousands of people that marched with Jeremy Corbyn on Trafalgar Square. Plus Going Underground Producer Peter Bennett talks about why children have been slapped with life sentences for murders they didn't commit in his report on joint enterprise.


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