Syria and chemical weapons: Galloway and Neville-Jones
George Galloway and Conservative peer Baroness Neville-Jones debated the role of the Russians and claims about who used chemical weapons in Syria.
Baroness Neville-Jones, the former chairman of the Joint Intelligence Committee and past BBC governor, said the Russians see it as to "their advantage to get this off the battlefield".
As they debated security across the wider Middle East, the Respect MP said his ideas - said by some to be conspiracy theories - were "based on logic".
12 Sep 2013