The Dangerous Dogs Act

The International Criminal Court has been criticised for lacking teeth, dealing with too few cases and concentrating too much on Africa. Clive Coleman speaks to the Court's president and others to consider those claims.

The government has finally reacted to widespread criticism of the Dangerous Dogs Act with a consultation. But how do you balance the rights of animals with the safety of humans?

Plus the surprisingly intense relationship between poetry and the law.

Interviewees include President Sang-Hyun Song, Philippe Sands and Tod Lindberg.

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Thu 18 Mar 2010 20:00

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