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Crewkerne, Somerset

Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a live discussion of news and politics from Wadham School, Crewkerne, Somerset, with Ann Widdecombe, Mehdi Hasan, David Lammy and Sir Menzies Campbell.

Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a live discussion of news and politics from Wadham School, Crewkerne, Somerset, with former Conservative minister, Ann Widdecombe; Labour MP, David Lammy; former leader of the Liberal Democrats, Sir Menzies Campbell; and columnist at the New Statesman, Mehdi Hasan.

Producer: Victoria Wakely.

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48 minutes

Last on

Sat 11 Feb 2012 13:10

Chapters

  • Bideford Town Council

    Question One: In light of the recent ruling, do the panellists believe that Local Government decisions are best made with divine guidance or not?

    Duration: 07:17

  • Abu Qatada

    Question Two: Should the British Government ignore the instruction of the European Court of Human Rights and simply deport Abu Qatada to Jordan?

    Duration: 14:15

  • The Health Bill

    Question Three: Has the Health Bill become such an embarrassment that it should be dropped?

    Duration: 13:02

  • Women on company boards

    Question Four: Is there any logic in having any quotas for women on company boards?

    Duration: 08:13

  • Harry Redknapp

    Question Five: Is Alan Sugar giving Harry Redknapp good advice by telling him not to touch the England manager's job with a barge-pole?

    Duration: 02:24

Broadcasts

  • Fri 10 Feb 2012 20:00
  • Sat 11 Feb 2012 13:10

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