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Your Weekend Chat

(20th July - 24th July)

News of the Week: Decoded 


Jeremy Corbyn was considered a left-wing wild card when he entered the race to become Labour leader. He wants to renationalise the railways and raise taxes for the rich (by that we mean those earning over £150K). Ex-Prime Minister Tony Blair thinks this won’t get them elected. Two of the other leadership candidates say they wouldn’t serve under Corbyn, and it looks like the Labour party could be heading for a split. Breakups are rough, it’s even worse in politics.
We explored what happens after a political party splits.
Getting caught? David Cameron knows exactly how you feel. Parliament voted against military action in Syria; despite this British pilots have been taking part in airstrikes against Islamic State targets. According to the Ministry of Defence, the pilots were actually on an exchange programme and are basically operating as “foreign troops”. Guess that’s OK then?
Holding extreme political or religious views; and in some cases acting upon them.
This week Prime Minister David Cameron outlined new plans for tackling extremism. The plans include what sounds like the worst curfew ever - allowing parents to cancel their children’s passports if they fear the children may be planning to head abroad to join Islamist groups.

The PM will also set up a forum to hear from those in the Muslim community who are fighting against extremism. Way ahead of you, Dave with 7 times Muslims stood up to Islamic Extremism

...went viral last weekend as hundreds of medical staff shared pictures of themselves at work. This is after the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt announced that plans for a 7-day NHS will include weekend-working contracts.
Hunt tried to get involved, but this backfired when the picture he posted accidentally revealed confidential patient information. One NHS worker commented that if they had made the same mistake they would probably have been fired. Nice try, Jezza.
What will change if Hunt gets his way – after all don’t we already have a 7-day NHS? 
 The BBC announced that its first female political editor will be Journalist Laura Kuenssberg. Good times. However out of the 650 MPs in the UK only 191 are women. Not exactly 50/50? This week acting labour leader Harriet Harman faced a rebellion from Labour MPs over Welfare cuts; some are asking if this would have happened if she was a man.

Speaking of the BBC; its days might be numbered. The Conservatives are creating a committee to decide if the BBC should ditch the license fee and change to a subscription service. Check in next week to find out about the history of the BBC.

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