Iraq abuse 'cover-up', economic myths & MP's banking exclusive (E69)
Afshin Rattansi goes underground on the al-Sweady inquiry into the mistreatment and murder of Iraqis by British soldiers. Editor and journalist Richard Norton-Taylor says the probe has already shown the MoD to be arrogant and secretive. Professor Emeritus John Weeks explains why modern economics is based on a myth. Plus, we introduce James Duddridge, the MP who gave a community surgery exclusively for Halifax customers. Breaking Views reveals the truth behind last week's headlines. And Michael Gove is rejected when a Conservative Association asked for a top Tory - but Boris Johnson 'would be good'!
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