Wednesday 13 May
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13 May 2015
Andrew Mueller and guests discuss reports of an attempted coup in Burundi where the president has been seeking an unconstitutional third term. We also ask whether David Cameron is right to say that the UK is a “passively tolerant society” and tackle the Palestinian Football Association’s bid to bar Israel from international football.
13 May 2015
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