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05/04/2017

There has been widespread international condemnation of a suspected chemical attack on the rebel held town of Khan Sheikhoun in Syria.

There has been widespread international condemnation of a suspected chemical attack on the rebel held town of Khan Sheikhoun in Syria. We examine the options for action to prevent more killing in Syria, and as whether there is any possibility of President Assad ever being held accountable for war crimes.
Labour's Shadow Health Secretary tells us that he agrees with the Party's Deputy Leader that the failure to expel Ken Livingstone over remarks about Adolf Hitler and Zionism "shames" the party.
Changes in the way self employed people pay tax has led to some NHS Trusts saying they are facing demands for a pay-rise of over 50% for locum doctors.
And are family run firms part of the cause of the UK's low productivity rate?

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Wed 5 Apr 2017 13:00

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