The Briefing

21 Dec 2012

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21 December, 2012

Episode 300

58 minutes

Analysis from Dr James D Boys as Republicans cancel a vote on tax reform that pushes the US further towards the fiscal cliff. Plus, we review Russia’s changing stance on Syria and look back at the year’s stats with Ipsos MORI’s Ben Page.

21 December, 2012

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