James Caan is in - on start-ups, first drone arrest & British army ‘torture’ [E71]
Afshin Rattansi goes underground on how small businesses could revive the economy. Former Dragon James Caan explains how investing in start-ups can help communities and GDP growth. Public interest lawyer Phil Shiner sheds light on the alleged abuse and torture of Iraqi citizens by British soldiers. As a British civilian is fined for flying a drone in the UK, a group of artists stages a very visual protest in Pakistan against unmanned aircraft use. Maria Miller’s resignation causes chaos at PMQs this week. Why the government is spending an annual £187 billion on contractors it is “clearly failing to manage”. Plus, a fracking firm starts drilling on the site of a former explosives factory – but insists there’s no risk of disaster.
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