Archive for June 12th, 2008

12th June: Daily news podcast and news

Daily news podcast and news on Insitelaw newswire

Just a bit late today – but we do cover breaking news about David Davies, a podcast with Carl Gardner of the Head of Legal blog – and… a report from The Independent: “Dead’ patient comes around as organs are about to be removed. France may have to reconsider its medical definition of death after a heart-attack victim came alive in the operating theatre as doctors were about to remove his organs for transplant.”

I also cover in the “And finally” section… The Sun covering our civil liberties with a report about airport scanners being able to see breast and genital sizes. It is absurd to be British sometimes…

Daily news podcast and news

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Today, on the day after the government squeezed through with their proposal to extend the detention without charge period from 28 to 42 days, I talk with Carl Gardner, author of the Head of Legal blog.

We discuss: 42 days – The deals – What happens when it gets to the Lords and find time to look at what the Irish are doing with their referendum on The Lisbon Treaty.

Listen to the podcast: In conversation with Carl Gardner on 42 days


We had some interference on the telephone while recording this – so the sound quality does break up in parts. Apologies.

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