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05/05/2014

Boko Haram admits to abducting 200 girls in Northern Nigeria, while families and friends protest government inaction to rescue them. Shaun Ley asks ex Prisons Minister, Crispin Blunt how a violent criminal could have been sent to an open prison in London from which he has absconded. What can Europe do to prevent the takeover of Astrazeneca on adverse terms for patients and health services? Why ANC rule has not brought promised prosperity to South Africans preparing to vote in a general election. And Northern Ireland Secretary, Teresa Villiers says the political and legal process in Ulster can survive the contentious arrest of Sinn Fein leader, Gerry Adams.

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45 minutes

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Mon 5 May 2014 13:00

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