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11 Sep, 2019 08:34

Ex-AG Lord Morris: A THIRD of Boris Johnson’s cabinet would RESIGN if Brexit law is broken! (E789)

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to ex-attorney general Lord Morris about the prorogation of parliament and the challenges faced by those who wish to take it to the courts, the potential for Boris Johnson to break the law and continue with a no-deal Brexit despite parliament mandating an extension. He says he would resign if he were part of Boris Johnson’s government. Next, we speak to Peter Kennard, one of the nation’s leading visual journalists, about Arts Against the Arms Fair and his new book ‘Visual Dissent.’ He discusses some of his most famous work, including his portrayal of Henry Kissinger, as well as governments and elites gambling with children’s lives. He also discusses BAE Systems and the arms industry, and how they work hand-in-hand with governments.

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