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Matthew Cook

Share Politics: Campaign Against Arms Trade

Matthew Cook
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Share Politics: Campaign Against Arms Trade
The sale of weapons to Saudi Arabia to use against Yemen, by the UK has long been a controversial one, as the UK also sends aid to Yemen. The Campaign Against Arms Trade has recently launched legal action against the UK government, to try and stop the sale of weapons to Saudi Arabia. Matthew Cook spoke to Andrew Smith, from CAAT to discuss the legal case and the humanitarian crisis in Yemen
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Andrew Smith


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Colin Bloom

Share Politics: Carers Rights

Colin Bloom
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Share Politics: Carers Rights
Sara Macham, looks into Carers Rights Day, a day of meetings and events organised by Carers UK, to raise awareness for the 6.5 million people in the UK who look after others on a full or part time basis.

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Share Politics: Fearless Women Campaign

Colin Bloom
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Share Politics: Fearless Women Campaign
Share Politics with Colin Bloom, talking to Wangu Kanja from the Wangu Kanja Foundation, Girish Menon, Chief Executive of ActionAid and Patty Whaley, Trustee from ActionAid, about Action Aid's Fearless Women Campaign to help end violence against women and girls.
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Wangu Kanja, Girish Menon, Patty Whaley


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Share Politics: Syrian Refugee Crisis

Colin Bloom
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Share Politics: Syrian Refugee Crisis
Colin Bloom, talking to Krish Kandiah, founder of Homes For Good, about housing Syrian refugees and how ordinary people can help out.
Guest:

Krish Kandiah


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Share Politics: Modern Slavery Act

Colin Bloom
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Share Politics: Modern Slavery Act
Colin Bloom talks to Andrew Wileman and Aidan McQuade about the new modern slavery legislation.
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Aidan McQuade, Andrew Wileman


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