State Surveillance of Amnesty International, Fast Food Nation & Saving X-Factor’s Louis Walsh [E37]

Afshin Rattansi goes underground to investigate how GCHQ is threatening the work of Amnesty International by spying on the organization and its prisoners of conscience. Amnesty’s Alice Wyss explains the NGO’s claim against the UK, to be heard at Britain’s most secret court, the Investigatory Powers Tribunal. Meanwhile, Paul Tweed, lawyer to Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez and X Factor’s Louis Walsh tells us why Britain’s new defamation act could lead to Britain’s Big Businesses jumping ship and heading to Ireland. Plus former Labour Party leadership candidate, John McDonnell sets the stage for the upcoming days of protest against Britain’s fast food restaurants over poverty-level wages.

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