Tuesday 6 June
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6 June 2017
We ask how the UK should respond to terror attacks and discuss what Donald Trump’s plans to privatise air-traffic control could mean for the aviation industry. Plus: our technology correspondent has the latest from the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in California.
6 June 2017
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