Episode 5

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Duration: 1 hour

Nicky Campbell presents from Edward VI School in Southampton. Taking part in the topical debates are Rabbi Jonathan Romain, from Maidenhead Synagogue, and Myriam Francois-Cerrah, from Oxford University Islamic Society.

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    Was Blair morally right to wage war on Iraq?
    Do paedophiles have a right to privacy?
    Is Paganism more relevant today than Christianity?

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Credits

Presenter
Nicky Campbell
Participant
Jonathan Romaine
Participant
Myriam Francois-Cerrah

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