As Michael Gove says the justice system is failing, an expert panel critiques UK courts.
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Jake Wallis Simons examines the workings of the global police organisation Interpol.
The proposal to give judges the power to authorise the interception of communications.
Clive Anderson examines the 2003 case that aimed to decide who the founder of Kolkata was.
The prospects of mounting a successful prosecution against Syria's Bashar al-Assad.
Clive Anderson and guests explore the Somersett Case from 1772.
5/5 The long-awaited Bryant Tennelle murder trial opens.
4/5 Detective John Skaggs's determination to track down Bryant's killers starts to pay off.
Do commercial ships have a legal duty to help those they find in distress at sea?
3/5 Finally, there is a major breakthrough as efforts to track down the killers continue.
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