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What really happened to Dr David Kelly?

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EP 31: What really happened to Dr David Kelly?
Presenter: Amina Taylor
Including an interview with Andrew Gilligan

Description:
In 2003, not long after the beginning of the Iraq war, the British scientist David Kelly mysteriously died near his home. The official story said it was suicide. Increasingly evidence is appearing pointing to a whitewash. The issue is back in the British papers as the new coalition government is debating on whether to reopen the case. This week on the big story we will ask, was David Kelly murdered?

David Kelly was the source of a story written by Andrew Gilligan exposing the 45 minute nuclear weapon claim as a sham. If true proving the whole reason for Britain going to war in Iraq as a lie.
As more and more evidence appears arguing that Kelly could not have killed himself and so must have been murdered, we will investigate who may have been behind his death and whether the truth might finally be revealed.

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Nuclear Weapons

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Episode 29
The Big Story 29: Nuclear Weapons
Host: Amina Taylor
Broadcast 25 August 2010

Northern Ireland: Do troubles still remain?

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Press TV, The Big Story, EP 30: Northern Ireland: Do troubles still remain?

The Big Story 30: Northern Ireland: Do troubles still remain?’
Broadcast: Wednesday 1st September 2010
Host: Amina Taylor

Is Britain Sleepwalking into a Police State?

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The Big Story 19
Topic: Civil Liberties: Still Alive in Great Britain?
Broadcast 16 June 2010
Host: Amina Taylor

Recently a photographer has been in the news in Britain for being stopped by the police, not once but several times. He was just doing his job, however, police officers questioned him and searched him as he took pictures of London landmarks. He is not the only journalist to be stopped; far from it. Muslim and Middle Eastern people are targeted by officers also. Although the authorities claim racial profiling doesn’t exist, evidence says otherwise. A criminal court case has also just been heard, for the first time in modern British History without a jury. The list of breaches of civil liberties and human rights continues….

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This week on the Big Story we will ask whether these examples are linked. Has there been a full throttle attack on freedom in the UK? And if so, why? The threat of Terrorism is blamed. But is that just an excuse to push through control methods. And what has terrorism got to do with a criminal court case which has nothing to do with terrorism?

Will Britain’s new government be able to stem the tide or push the country further down the line of a police state? The Big Story finds out.

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Exposed: Britain’s role in Torture

Everyone knows Britain has been involved in torture since the “War on Terror” began. The evidence of extraordinary rendition has even been admitted by the British Government. With interviews with torture survivors, we expose just how deep Britain has got and worryingly, how it doesn’t look like stopping anytime soon.

http://www.presstv.ir/programs/detail.aspx?sectionid=3510540&id=124840#124840

Is Africa Still Britain’s Goldmine?

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Topic: Great Britain: Still Africa’s Thief?

Presenter: Amina Taylor

Broadcast on: Wed 14 April 2010

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Britain never misses an opportunity to declare how much it is trying to help Africa develop – to provide aid and trade. However, on this week’s Big Story we will ask whether these declarations are nothing but outright lies. Furthermore we will ask whether instead of trying to help Africa develop, Britain’s policies are principally set up to steal Africa’s wealth for itself.

Critics argue that Britain’s Department for International Development or DFID is an Orwellian term for an organisation that purports to help countries develop but instead attempts to privatise overseas industries taking potential profits from the people of that country and instead giving them to Western Countries. It is also claimed that aid is given on the basis of how much a country submits to British wishes. For example, recently, Tanzania was promised an increase in aid on the agreement that it bought a multi million pound military radar installation it didn’t need.

We will also look at which Britain’s involvement in Nigeria, helping to defend oil interests against the wishes of the people and in supporting nasty regimes who do as Britain wishes. In short we will challenge one of the biggest lies in the world today. Does the West want to help Africa or instead, steal all its wealth for itself?

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Knife Crime A very British problem?

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Press TV, The Big Story, Knife Crime A very British problem
Broadcast on: 07 April 2010

Presenter: Amina Taylor

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Description
Britains crime rate is one of the worst in the Western world and chief among this crime is knife crime. As young people roam the streets with fewer jobs and opportunities a sub culture is developing amongst Britains most deprived communities. Many kids in Britain now carry knives for status and to defend themselves whether they belong to gangs or not.

So this week on the Big Story, we will ask what has sparked this epidemic of knife crime? How is it effecting the rest of society and is it set to continue?

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