UN Security Council urged to act on Myanmar
In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective. Divisions emerge over calls for Myanmar to be referred to the International Criminal Court.
The United Nations meets to discuss Myanmar - and the claim in a UN report yesterday of genocide. We speak live to the President of the UN discussion - the British Foreign Office Minister Lord Ahmad. We discuss the latest row over Jeremy Corbyn - the former Chief Rabbi has described some of the Labour leader's remarks as the most offensive made by a senior British politician since Enoch Powell's Rivers of Blood speech. Plus 28 years after Lord Tebbit's famouc 'cricket test' - who are Asian Brits supporting during the current India-England test series. And the research suggesting that British men avoid choosing vegetarian meals in restaurants for fear of being socially shunned.
Picture: UN Security Council discussing Myanmar