The Daily Debrief

The Daily Debrief
The Daily Debrief is a rundown of the most important news of the day in under 20 minutes.

With One Year To Go Until Brexit, We Hear From Theresa May
Mar 29, 2018 • 18 min
With one year to go until Brexit, we hear from the Prime Minster, Theresa May. Plus, we hear why one Dairy is particularly concerned. And the latest on the case of the Salisbury spy.
The Worboys Case & Is This A Momentous Moment On Plastics?
Mar 28, 2018 • 17 min
We get the latest from the Worboys case and hear from one of his victims. Plus, a closer look at Theresa May’s NHS pledge. And is today a momentous moment in the war on plastic waste?
The Kerslake Report & What Happens Next In The Search For Madeleine McCann?
Mar 27, 2018 • 24 min
Following the release of the Kerslake report, Richard Suchet speaks to a parent of one of the victims. Plus, we ask what we can expect from the ongoing Russia scandal. And we look at what happens next in the search for Madeleine McCann.
Does The Labour Party Have A Problem With Anti-Semitism?
Mar 26, 2018 • 27 min
Richard Suchet speaks to Richard Ferrer from the Jewish News to discuss the open letter sent to Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour party about it’s apparent problem with anti-semitism. We’ll be giving you all the details on Stormy Daniels’ TV interview; plus,…
The Parsons Green Sentencing & Who Is Trump’s New Adviser?
Mar 23, 2018 • 19 min
We hear the details behind the sentencing of the Parsons Green bomber. Plus, Richard Suchet gets the lowdown on the latest appointment to the Trump White House. And why obesity could overtake smoking as the main cause of cancer.
What Does the Future Hold For Facebook? & The Westminster Attack: 1 Year On
Mar 22, 2018 • 17 min
Richard Suchet looks at whether a senior police officer is right to say the public aren’t outraged by knife crime, because most victims come from black communities. Plus, a look at the future of Facebook and we reflect on the Westminster terror attack.
Why Was Nigel Farage Throwing Dead Fish Into The Thames?
Mar 21, 2018 • 27 min
LBC’s Political Editor Theo Usherwood joins Richard Suchet to explain why Nigel Farage was out on the Thames this morning. Richard also speaks to a Former US Intelligence Officer about Donald Trump’s decision to congratulate Vladimir Putin’s election win.…
Do You Report Suspicious Activity to Police? & Why Is Sarkosy In Custody?
Mar 20, 2018 • 24 min
Rachel Venables joins Richard Suchet in the studio to discuss the £21m bill for putting Grenfell survivors in hotels. And we address the new Action Counters Terrorism campaign with an ex-officer. Plus why is a former French president in police custody?
What Can We Expect From The Brexit Transition? & Cambridge Analytica Explained
Mar 19, 2018 • 19 min
Theo Usherwood explains what we can expect from the Brexit transition period. Plus, Richard Suchet looks at FOBT’s and whether they need to be better regulated. And we have everything you need to know about Cambridge Analytica.
Was Corbyn’s Response to the PM Unpatriotic? & Grenfell Fire Doors
Mar 15, 2018 • 30 min
We debate whether Corbyn’s response to the PM on Salisbury is unpatriotic or whether he’s holding the government to account. Plus Grenfell Tower doors investigated by detectives half as fire retardant as expected. And a clever idea for homelessness.
What Was Stephen Hawking Like? & Sajid Javid’s Integration Strategy
Mar 14, 2018 • 20 min
Richard Suchet speaks to a former student of the world renowned physicist Stephen Hawking who has died at the age of 76. Plus 770,000 people living in England speak very little English or none at all. But what does the government plan to do about it?
What Is Novichok and What Can It Do To the Body? & Salty Chinese
Mar 13, 2018 • 28 min
Richard Suchet is joined by Adam Sella, Professor of Chemistry at UCL to explain what the Novichok nerve agent is. Plus why did the parole board decide to release black cab rapist John Worboys? And how salty is your Chinese?
Should the UK Sanction Russian Officials? & Ken Dodd Tribute
Mar 12, 2018 • 18 min
Richard Suchet is joined by top human rights barrister, John Cooper QC to explain what a ‘Magnitsky’ sanction is. Plus should prospective students choose courses based on graduate earnings? And we pay tribute to Ken Dodd.
What Happens When Trump Meets Kim Jong Un? & Russian Coverage of Sergei Skripal
Mar 9, 2018 • 23 min
We look at what to expect when President Trump meets with Kim Jong Un. Plus, Richard Suchet examines how Russian media have been covering the Salisbury spy story. And we speak to the widower, campaigning for a law on dangerous cycling.
Russian spy update and the government’s domestic violence bill
Mar 8, 2018 • 22 min
As it’s revealed that a nerve agent was used to attack Sergei Skripal, Richard Suchet speaks to a former MI5 officer. Plus we take a look at the government’s new domestic violence bill and what the term ‘economic abuse’ means.
The Saudi Crown Prince’s visit, Russian Spy update & Dark Justice - part 2.
Mar 7, 2018 • 24 min
As Theresa May meets with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Richard Suchet asks a Middle East expert what’s behind the visit – human rights, or trade and business? Plus, we get all the updates on the alleged poisoning of Russian spy Sergei Skripal.…
The Russian Spy in Salisbury & An Insight Into Dark Justice
Mar 6, 2018 • 22 min
CONTAINS SENSITIVE AUDIO: Richard Suchet has the latest on the former spy in a critical condition, and speaks to the Litvinjenko detective who may have been poisoned by the Russians. Plus, an exclusive insight into the Paedophile hunters, Dark Justice.
Should We Just Accept Doping? & Why is Populism on the Rise?
Mar 5, 2018 • 21 min
As Bradley Wiggins is accused of crossing an ‘ethical line’, Richard Suchet speaks to the Professor who thinks doping should be accepted. Plus, we get an overview of the PM’s speech on housing. And we ask why Italy’s the latest to embrace populism?
Why Are Black Met Police Paid Less? & Does Cryptocurrency Need Regulating?
Mar 2, 2018 • 20 min
Richard Suchet is joined by LBC’s Tech Correspondent, Will Guyatt to talk cryptocurrency. Plus we speak to Chair of the Metropolitan Black Police Association to discuss the ethnicity pay gap. And how much are councils spending removing chewing gum?
Why Are So Many Young People Self-Harming? & New 10p Coins
Mar 1, 2018 • 22 min
Richard Suchet is joined by legendary weatherman John Kettley for snow updates. Almost 50% of young women have self-harmed - why is the problem getting worse? And we hear from the man behind the new 10p designs - one depicting a good old fashioned fry up.
What Is Behind This Dark Day for British Retail? & Regional Snow Update
Feb 28, 2018 • 24 min
After Toys R Us and Maplin both collapse on the same day, Richard Suchet speaks to a retail expert to asses their failures. Plus we get a round up of the regional snow disruption and examine the way the weather impacts the homeless in London.
Is Far-Right Extremism as Dangerous as Islamist Extremism? Business Post-Brexit
Feb 27, 2018 • 27 min
Four far-right plots were foiled in 2017 according to Mark Rowley - is the threat from the far right comparable to islamist extremism? How far should social media sites intervene in tackling extremism? Plus how are businesses reacting to Corbyn’s customs…
How Will the ‘Beast from the East’ Affect Me? & Overweight Millennials
Feb 27, 2018 • 24 min
Simon Conway stands in for Richard Suchet and addresses Jeremy Corbyn’s pledge to keep the UK in a customs union under Labour. Plus, we speak to legendary weatherman John Kettley to talk Siberian blasts. And we are warned about obese middle aged…
Thousands of Deaths Could be Caused by NHS Errors & How to Live Without Plastic
Feb 23, 2018 • 15 min
Richard Suchet asks why thousands of deaths could be down to medicinal errors in the NHS. Plus, we talk to the woman who’s given up plastic.
What’s The Truth About Anti-Depressants? & A Domestic Abuse Survivor’s Story
Feb 22, 2018 • 18 min
CONTAINS SENSITIVE AUDIO: As sentencing guidelines get stricter on domestic abuse, we hear a survivor’s story. Plus, we take a closer look at anti-depressants with Professor Sir Simon Wessely. And we learn more about the state of the conflict in Syria.
Do We Need a Leveson Inquiry Part 2? & The Met Loses Landmark Appeal
Feb 21, 2018 • 20 min
Richard Suchet discusses the significance of the Worboys’ Victims’ Supreme Court ruling with the head of Liberty. Plus, we examine the shocking level of child poverty in single parent homes. And we explore the prospect of a second Leveson Inquiry.
Is This The End of Fake News? & Why Isn’t ‘Upskirting’ Banned?
Feb 20, 2018 • 16 min
Richard Suchet speaks to one of the women looking to introduce a ban on ‘upskirting’. Plus, we ask farmers for their views on the Environment Secretary, Michael Gove. And we speak to the researchers hoping to end “fake news”.
How Should We Fund Higher Education? & The Scale of Abuse Linked to Witchcraft
Feb 19, 2018 • 20 min
As Theresa May delivers a key speech on tuition fees, Richard Suchet asks how should we be funding higher education? Plus, we take a closer look at the sentencing of Barry Bennell. And we look at the scale of abuse linked to witchcraft.
Will The Government Give You £10,000? & How To Finally Get On The Housing Ladder
Feb 16, 2018 • 20 min
As middle earners are finding it harder than ever to get on the housing ladder, we get advice from housing expert, Henry Pryor. Plus, we speak to an ex-prisoner about the conditions on the inside. And, could the government be about to give you £10,000?
Why Won’t Americans Give Up Their Guns? & Can Processed Food Cause Cancer?
Feb 15, 2018 • 23 min
Contains Audio Which May Be Upsetting: After another school shooting in America, Richard Suchet asks why won’t Americans give up their guns? And we discuss the processed foods that could give you cancer.
Has Boris United Leavers & Remainers? & Can You Keep EU Citizenship After Brexit
Feb 14, 2018 • 20 min
Richard Suchet speaks to Iain Dale and Jonathan Lis to see if Boris Johnson has united leavers and remainers. Plus, we speak to the British expat battling to keep EU citizenship. And we hear from the frontline of Operation Sceptre.
Do We Need To Cut Foreign Aid? Can Zuma Last? & Thomas Cook Returns to Tunisia
Feb 13, 2018 • 22 min
As the Oxfam scandal continues, Richard Suchet asks whether we need to change our attitude towards foreign aid. Plus, we look at whether Jacob Zuma will be stepping down anytime soon & Thomas Cook’s return to offering flights to Tunisia
Can Oxfam Survive the Scandal? And the Story of James Bulger, 25 Years On
Feb 12, 2018 • 20 min
As Oxfam meets with Government officials, Richard Suchet asks whether the charity can survive this scandal. Plus, a look at the case of Jamie Bulgar, 25 years on.
Should British IS fighters face jail? Who benefits from unpaid internships?
Feb 9, 2018 • 23 min
As two British Islamic State fighters have been detained by Kurdish forces in Syria, we find out the likelihood of them facing trial in the UK. Plus, the latest on EU Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, who said border checks at the Irish border are…
Why Is Your Council Tax Set To Increase? & Grenfell Firefighters Marathon Task
Feb 8, 2018 • 17 min
As 95% of councils are expected to raise taxes, Richard Suchet asks how this is being justified. Plus, are Brexit voters experiencing ‘buyers remorse’? And we speak to the Grenfell tower firefighters who’ll be running the London marathon.
The Tesco Pay Row, Cheddar Man & The Future of Space Travel
Feb 7, 2018 • 18 min
Richard Suchet speaks to the solicitors bringing ‘Britain’s largest ever equal pay claim’ against Tesco. Plus, we speak to one of the archaeologists that discovered “Cheddar man” had dark skin. And, a look at the future of space travel.
What happened to the stock market? Will Suffragettes be pardoned? Failing rail
Feb 6, 2018 • 21 min
As the US stock market sinks Richard Suchet speaks to CBI Chief Economist to discuss the impact on UK consumers. After 100 years of women securing the vote, we look at the legal possibility of pardoning the Suffragettes. Plus the fate of the East Coast…
What is the Customs Union? Is Bitcoin Over? & The Churchill Cafe Bounces Back
Feb 5, 2018 • 21 min
As Downing Street confirms the UK will leave the customs union after Brexit, we find out what that actually means. Plus, a look at whether Bitcoin can last and Richard Suchet speaks to the owner of the Blighty cafe to talk about last weeks protest.
Finsbury Park attacker jailed and NHS forced to pay £1500 for £2 moisturiser
Feb 2, 2018 • 16 min
Richard Suchet gets the latest from Woolwich Crown Court as Finsbury Park attacker, Darren Osborne, is jailed for life. Plus, as the NHS is being overcharged for customised ointments, we find out whether this can be justified. And we find out which city…
Trade deals may take years, calls for an end to hospital parking charges
Feb 1, 2018 • 18 min
Liam Fox is in China talking trade talks post Breixt, while Corbyn is championing the end to hospital parking charges and find out why one shop is putting showers outside their door to stop homelessness
May in China, Trump’s 1st Address and Whale Speak
Jan 31, 2018 • 20 min
Theresa May talks trade with China, Trumps holds his first State of the Union Address and Whales sound like humans!
The Brexit Impact Assessment & How Do We Stop More Rape Trials Collapsing?
Jan 30, 2018 • 18 min
Richard Suchet speaks to Buzzfeed’s Political Editor to find out more about the Brexit impact leak. Plus, as the police apologise to Liam Allen, we ask how more rape trial collapses can be avoided. And, a look at the ‘Night Watcher’ burglar.
How Do You Oust A Prime Minister? Can May Last? & Is Time Up For Woody Allen?
Jan 29, 2018 • 18 min
As Theresa May could face a vote of no confidence, Richard Suchet looks at how you oust a Prime Minister. Plus, we speak to the bookies, William Hill, to see the odds of May lasting until 2022. And, we ask whether Woody Allen will ever work again.
Is The Presidents Club Dinner Turning Into A Witch Hunt? & The Latest On Trump
Jan 26, 2018 • 17 min
Richard Suchet takes a closer look at Donald Trump’s almost, kind of, nearly apology for retweeting Britain First as well as his speech in Davos. Plus, we debate whether the Presidents Club dinner is in danger of becoming a witch hunt.
What Can Be Done To Stop Sexual Harassment? & Could We Soon Be Cloning Humans?
Jan 25, 2018 • 18 min
Richard Suchet looks at what can be done to stop sexual harassment. Plus, as Trump and May are reunited, we look at the state of the ‘special’ relationship. And more on the news that monkeys have been cloned for the first time.
A Closer Look at the Presidents Club & Cape Town Is Nearly Out Of Water
Jan 24, 2018 • 16 min
We get more on the Presidents Club fiasco. Plus, as Cape Town is set to run out of water, Richard Suchet hears how the people are coping. And the story of the Calais jungle migrant who has to stay in the UK, even though he doesn’t want to.
Would More Money Solve The NHS Crisis? And What Damage Can Cyber Attacks Do?
Jan 23, 2018 • 18 min
As the Head of the National Cyber Security Centre says it’s only a matter of time before the UK’s hit by a massive cyber attack, Richard Suchet looks at the damage it could do. Plus, we debate whether more funding really would solve the NHS crisis.
Does UKIP Have a Future? Britain’s ‘Unprepared’ Army & The Launch of Amazon Go
Jan 22, 2018 • 19 min
As Henry Bolton faces growing pressure to stand down as UKIP leader, Richard Suchet asks if the party has a future. Plus a more on whether the UK is unprepared for a battle with Russia. And a look at the launch of the checkoutless supermarket.
Boris’ Bridge, Warboy’s Release & A Year Of Trump
Jan 19, 2018 • 16 min
Richard Suchet takes a look back at some of Boris Johnson’s bright ideas. And as the government announce they won’t challenge the release of Jon Warboys, we speak to a lawyer for some of the victim’s. Plus, a look at the first year of Trump’s presidency.
Why Are We Giving £44 Million To France? What Are PFIs & Stalking
Jan 18, 2018 • 20 min
As Theresa May meets with French President Macron, Richard Suchet gets all the details from our France correspondent. Plus, everything you need to know about PFIs. And Shelagh Fogarty shares her personal experience of stalking.
Loneliness in the UK, the Return of the Bayeux Tapestry & the Fake News Awards
Jan 17, 2018 • 16 min
As the UK gets its first ever minister for loneliness, Richard Suchet speaks to the Co-Chair of the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness. Plus a look at the possible return to the UK of the Bayeux tapestry. And, we preview Donald Trump’s Fake News Awards.
What’s The Real Cost of Carillion Going Under & The Parents Charged With Torture
Jan 16, 2018 • 15 min
Richard Suchet looks at the impact Carillion going under will have on small businesses. Plus, a look at the parents in California charged with torture. And a tribute to Dolores O’Riordan.
Do Americans Think Trump is Racist? The Curse of UKIP Leadership & Carillion
Jan 15, 2018 • 17 min
As Carillion goes into liquidation, Richard Suchet looks at the reasons why. Plus, could UKIP be about to get another new leader? And, as Trump says he is the ‘least racist person’, we ask US voters if they agree.
What’s The Real Reason Trump’s Not Coming to The UK?, Carilion in Crisis & ABC
Jan 12, 2018 • 20 min
As Trump cancels his visit to the UK, Richard Suchet speaks to our US correspondent to find out why. Plus a look at the crisis facing Carillion and a round up of Nick Ferrari’s cyberbullying campaign.
Has May Done Enough To Tackle Plastics?, A&E Conditions & Sadiq’s Brexit Study
Jan 11, 2018 • 15 min
As doctors write to the Prime Minister warning about A&E conditions, we go to the NHS’ frontline. Plus, Richard Suchet speaks to the WWF to see if May’s plans go far enough in the battle against plastic. And we look at Sadiq Khan’s Brexit Impact study.
The Army’s New Recruitment Campaign, Women Speak Out Against #MeToo and PMQs
Jan 10, 2018 • 18 min
Richard Suchet looks at whether the army’s new recruitment campaign is a mistake or a step forward. Plus, we hear from one of the women who signed an open letter against the #MeToo campaign. And who came out on top in the first PMQs of the year?
Was Toby Young Right To Resign, Theresa May’s Reshuffle Disaster & The Baftas
Jan 9, 2018 • 21 min
As Toby Young resigns, Richard Suchet discusses whether you should be judged by what you’ve written in the past with Giles Coren and Jane Merrick. Plus, a look back at Theresa May’s calamitous reshuffle and a look ahead to the Baftas.
May’s Reshuffle, Gender Pay Equality & Nick Ferrari’s ABC
Jan 8, 2018 • 16 min
As Theresa May reshuffles her cabinet, Richard Suchet looks at who’s in and who’s out. Plus, as a BBC journalist quits over pay inequality, we look at what laws are in place to stop the gender pay gap. And a look at LBC’s new campaign; Nick Ferrari’s ABC.
The Release of Jon Warboys, Fire & Fury in the US & the ‘Latte Levy’
Jan 5, 2018 • 19 min
As a parole board allows the release of Jon Warboys, Richard Suchet gets all the details. Plus, as the new book Fire & Fury slams Trump’s presidency, we look at the impact political books can have. And a closer look at the ‘Latte Levy’.
Blair on Brexit, Children ‘Ill Equipped’ for Social Media & Fat Cat Thursday
Jan 4, 2018 • 18 min
As Tony Blair takes aim at the Labour party’s stance on Brexit, Richard Suchet looks at whether Brexit can be reversed. Plus we talk to the NSPCC about why children struggle with social media. And it’s Fat Cat Thursday, we see how it can be justified.
Another NHS Winter Crisis, The Fallout of Storm Eleanor & Will Trump Go Nuclear?
Jan 3, 2018 • 18 min
As thousands of operations are delayed, Richard Suchet looks at why the NHS seems to always face a winter crisis. Plus, our reporters across the UK look at the aftermath of storm Eleanor. And, could Trump be about to press the “big red button”?
Rail Fares & Nationalisation, Knife Crime, Plus The Latest From Iran
Jan 2, 2018 • 18 min
Richard Suchet looks at whether renationalisation could be the solution to the increase in rail fares. Plus a closer look at why London’s still struggling with knife crime. And the latest on the protests in Iran.
Blue Passports, Plastic Waste and a Beginner’s Guide to Catalonian Independence
Dec 22, 2017 • 20 min
As Britain is set to return to blue passports, Richard Suchet speaks to the man arguably responsible, Nigel Farage. Plus, we speak to Mary Creagh on plans to tackle plastic waste. And we have everything you need to know about Catalonian independence.
Damian Green Stands Down And Good News For Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe
Dec 21, 2017 • 18 min
As Damian Green ‘resigns’, Richard Suchet looks at what this means for the government and for politician’s relationship with the police. And some good news for the British woman locked in an Iranian jail.
Mistrust in the Police, Preventing Acid Attacks & the Latest Uber Ruling
Dec 20, 2017 • 17 min
As a second rape trial collapses in a week, Richard Suchet looks at mistrust in the police. Plus, we speak to a former gang member on how to prevent acid attacks. And a look at the ECJ’s ruling on Uber.
What chance does Corbyn have of being PM in 2018?
Dec 19, 2017 • 13 min
Police search homes over a potential Christmas terror plot.
May sets out trade plans for Brexit
Dec 18, 2017 • 21 min
Following the Grenfell fire a review finds safety regulations for tall buildings were “not fit for purpose”
Police Withholding Evidence, Phase 2 of Brexit & Harrod’s Accidental Discount
Dec 15, 2017 • 14 min
Richard Suchet speaks to the defence counsel of the man who faced ten years in prison because the police failed to hand over vital evidence. Plus, a look at what phase 2 of Brexit has in store. And we get more on Harrod’s accidental 99.5% discount.
The Grenfell Tower Special: Six Months On
Dec 14, 2017 • 24 min
Six months on from the Grenfell fire tragedy, Richard Suchet brings you an LBC Daily Debrief special. The survivors tell their story, in their own words.
Brexit Setback, A Blow For Trump & the Girl Born With her Heart Outside her Body
Dec 13, 2017 • 15 min
As Theresa May faces a possible defeat in the Commons over the EU withdrawal bill, Richard Suchet gets the latest. Plus, how will the result in Alabama affect Trump? And we hear from the mother of the girl born with her heart outside her body.
Organ Donations, What is Inflation and is Facebook Destroying Society?
Dec 12, 2017 • 17 min
As a consultation on whether organ donation should be ‘opt out’ begins, Richard Suchet speaks to a kidney transplant recipient. Plus, we explain what the rise in inflation actually means. And psychologist Emma Kenny on the effects of social media.
The Latest From the Grenfell Inquiry, What Does Canada Plus Mean & Snowmageddon
Dec 11, 2017 • 16 min
As the public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire gets underway, Richard Suchet gets the latest. David Davis wants a Canada Plus Plus Plus deal for the UK, we find out what that means. And an update on the havoc caused by the snow from John Kettley.
The Brexit Special
Dec 8, 2017 • 19 min
As Brexit negotiations get the all clear to move on to phase two, Richard Suchet looks at how a deal was reached and what it means for the border in Ireland. Plus, Iain Dale looks at what this means for Theresa May’s future.
Record Terror Arrests, What Next For Jerusalem & The Croydon Tram Crash
Dec 7, 2017 • 16 min
As the UK reaches a record number of terror arrests, Richard Suchet finds out why we’re seeing these kinds of numbers. Plus we find out what to expect next in Jerusalem. And, we speak to survivors of the Croydon tram crash.
Terror In The UK, Security For Political Figures and Trump on Jerusalem
Dec 6, 2017 • 16 min
As an alleged terror attack that targeted the Prime Minister is foiled, Richard Suchet speaks to a former head of Counter Terrorism. And a look at the implications of Trump recognising Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
What Next For Brexit? The Increase In Rail Fares And MI5 Terror Prevention
Dec 5, 2017 • 16 min
As negotiations stall again, Richard Suchet looks at what’s next for Brexit. Plus, why your rail fare will increase in the new year. And more on the News that MI5 prevented nine terror attacks in the last year.
The Latest on Brexit, LBC’s Exclusive With Cressida Dick and the Rise in Poverty
Dec 4, 2017 • 14 min
Richard Suchet get’s the latest developments on the Brexit negotiations. Plus, more on LBC’s exclusive interview with Met Police Commissioner, Cressida Dick and her comments on the inquiry into Damian Green. And a look at the rise in UK Poverty.
Ireland’s Border Issue, RBS and the Catholic Church on Homelessness
Dec 1, 2017 • 14 min
As the issues continue around Ireland’s border, we visit a farm that could be split in two. Plus, a look at the depersonalisation of banking and whether it matters. And, we have exclusive access to the Vatican’s homelessness symposium.
Could You Be Owed Hundreds of Pounds? And a Look at the ‘Special Relationship’
Nov 30, 2017 • 15 min
You could be owed hundreds of pounds in compensation if legal action against Google goes ahead. Richard Suchet speaks to the man behind the case. Plus a look at the strain being put on the ‘special relationship’ and what it’s like to serve time in a Dubai…
Trump’s Twitter, the Latest on the Brexit Bill and More on North Korea
Nov 29, 2017 • 14 min
Richard Suchet looks at the President retweeting a far-right British group, Theo Usherwood has the latest on the Brexit bill and our US correspondent has more on the threat from North Korea
Safe Spaces For Drugs, Uber, Jeremy Corbyn & The Royal Engagement
Nov 28, 2017 • 14 min
As drug related deaths reach a record high, Richard Suchet looks at whether ‘safe spaces’ are the solution. Plus more on Uber, Jeremy Corbyn and the royal engagement.
The Royal Engagement Special
Nov 27, 2017 • 14 min
Richard Suchet brings you everything you need to know about the royal engagement, with a closer look at Meghan Markle and what we can expect from the big day.
The Latest on Brexit, a New Era in Zimbabwe and Are Black Friday Deals Worth It?
Nov 24, 2017 • 13 min
On the final Daily Debrief of the week, Richard Suchet looks at the latest on Brexit, how Zimbabwe will fare under President Mnangagwa and whether Black Friday deals are all they seem.
Can Prison Rehabilitation Work and Will Zaghari-Ratcliffe be Home for Christmas?
Nov 23, 2017 • 12 min
As Jon Venables is back in prison, Richard Suchet talks to a convicted murderer about prison and the rehabilitation process. Plus, a look at whether Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe will be home in time for Christmas.
The Budget Special
Nov 22, 2017 • 16 min
Richard Suchet brings you all the fallout from the Chancellor’s Autumn statement with analysis from money saving expert Martin Lewis.
Theresa May’s Brexit Bill and a Look Ahead to the Budget
Nov 21, 2017 • 14 min
On the very first Daily Debrief, Richard Suchet takes a closer look at Theresa May’s £40 billion Brexit bill and how else the money could be spent. Plus, a preview of tomorrow’s budget, and what we can expect from Chancellor, Philip Hammond.
Trailer: The Daily Debrief
Nov 17, 2017 • 3 min
Trailer: The Daily Debrief