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Nick Robinson chairs a panel discussion of news and politics from Ash Green School, Coventry, with Alan Duncan, barrister Philippe Sands, Caroline Flint and Fraser Nelson.

The BBC's political editor, Nick Robinson, chairs a panel discussion of news and politics from Ash Green School and Arts College, Coventry, with International Development Minister, Alan Duncan; Shadow Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, Caroline Flint; barrister, professor and international law expert, Philippe Sands; and editor of The Spectator, Fraser Nelson.

Producer: Victoria Wakely.

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48 minutes

Last on

Sat 21 Apr 2012 13:10

Chapters

  • Theresa May

    Question One: Even though we are in April, is May already over?

    Duration: 09:56

  • Abu Qatada

    Question Two: Isn't it time that national interest and security outweighed the European Court's rulings?

    Duration: 11:48

  • Bahrain Grand Prix

    Question Three: Is Formula One racing more important than the human rights of the Bahrani people, and should the Grand Prix go ahead?

    Duration: 07:10

  • Charity funding

    Question Four: As an active Rotarian I would like to know the panel's opinion of charity funding.

    Duration: 10:24

  • Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People

    Question Five: Is Time magazine right that Adele is more influential than David Cameron?

    Duration: 07:47

Broadcasts

  • Fri 20 Apr 2012 20:00
  • Sat 21 Apr 2012 13:10

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