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26/08/2013

As UN weapons inspectors visit the site of a suspected chemical attack in Syria, a Labour member of the Defence Select Committee tells us why parliament must be consulted on any UK intervention. Plus a charity leader gives the view of moderate Syrians who are desperate for life in their country to become more stable. Also today we hear from England Director of Cricket Andy Flower as he insists he has no intention of stepping down from his role ahead of this winter's Ashes series in Australia. And we speak to a student who got six A* grades in his A-levels and has written an open letter to Michael Gove criticising his planned reforms.

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1 hour, 15 minutes

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Mon 26 Aug 2013 10:45