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20 Feb, 2016 11:40

Episode 112

Britain’s National Health Service, arguably the UK’s heart and soul, is locked in confrontation with one of the country’s least popular politicians, Jeremy Hunt. Dr. Bob Gill is part of the Save Our NHS campaign so we invited him aboard Sputnik to tell us just what is happening and the tactics being employed. Then, the doyen of British foreign correspondents, Patrick Cockburn of the Independent, joins Sputnik. He has seen more clearly than any other what’s really going on in the maelstrom of the Middle East. We caught up with him before he headed back out to the region.

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