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Farnham, Surrey

Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a live discussion of news and politics from All Hallows School, Farnham, Surrey with Helena Kennedy, Norman Lamont, Owen Jones and Kelvin Mackenzie.

Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a live discussion of news and politics from All Hallows Catholic School, Farnham, Surrey with QC and Labour peer, Helena Kennedy; Conservative peer and former Chancellor, Norman Lamont; Independent columnist and writer, Owen Jones and columnist and former Sun editor, Kelvin Mackenzie

Producer: Victoria Wakely.

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48 minutes

Last on

Sat 21 Jul 2012 13:10

Chapters

  • Syria

    Question One: A Rebel Leader has declared that President Assad will be gone in 30 days. Is this likely? And if he does, will it bring peace or security to Syria?

    Duration: 06:52

  • Union Strikes

    Question Two: Should the Unions be taking advantage of the fact that Britain is on show to the World?

    Duration: 08:49

  • London Olympics

    Question Three: We have tickets for Olympic Tennis, and feel apprehensive about Security, McDonalds, and Coca-Cola. Is there time for LOCOG to get a grip on the IOC, and let us have an enjoyable time?

    Duration: 13:45

  • Police: Ian Tomlinson verdict

    Question Four: Does the Ian Tomlinson verdict show that nothing has changed since Hillsborough and Bloody Sunday?

    Duration: 09:08

  • Private Schools

    Question Five: Does the panel think that it is acceptable for private schools to hold charitable status?

    Duration: 05:04

Broadcasts

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

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