Thursday 10 October
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10 October 2019
Joy Lo Dico and Somnath Batabyal join Monocle’s Ben Rylan to discuss whether the media is successfully – and responsibly – covering Brexit. Plus: European IS fighters are causing problems again, and have we become better at recognising fake news?
10 October 2019
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