In the wake of the shootings in Paris, Tony Blair's former chief of staff Jonathan Powell joins Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn throughout the programme.
In the wake of the shootings in Paris, Tony Blair's former chief of staff Jonathan Powell joins Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn throughout the programme. They get the latest on the manhunt in Paris and speak to the writer Douglas Murray about the implications for freedom of speech, as well as analysing the security risks in the UK.
Labour's Diane Abbott joins Jonathan Powell to look back over Labour's changing foreign policy and there is a look at Russia Today's new UK service with one of their presenters, Ashfin Rattansi.
Finally, should there be a compulsory state register for hairdressers? Labour's Nia Griffith thinks so and she is joined by celebrity hairdresser Nicky Clarke.
|Interviewed Guest||Jonathan Powell|
|Interviewed Guest||Douglas Murray|
|Interviewed Guest||Diane Abbott|
|Interviewed Guest||Afshin Rattansi|
|Interviewed Guest||Nia Griffith|
|Interviewed Guest||Nicky Clarke|