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Cops – What Are They Good For?

Since the police force was established in Britain in 1829 the list of their crimes, committed largely with impunity, continues to rise at an alarming rate. James Butler asks: is it time we started to question whether this broken institution actually does more harm than good?

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#CopsOffCampus

Aaron Bastani reports from the #CopsOffCampus protest, looking at police tactics and the evolution of the UK student movement.

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#3Cosas: University Of London Workers Protest

Report on the 3 Cosas campaign and one of their recent demos. Aaron Bastani speaks to vice-president of ULU, Dan Cooper, as well as Sonia Chura, one of the outsourced workers at University Of London.

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Policing, Prisons and ‘The Society of Control’

On this week's show James Butler and Aaron Bastani discuss issues of disciplinarity, punishment, control and policing - offering context as the state further cuts back on its social welfare role and increases the strength of its repressive functions within the Great Recession.

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The English Riots One Year On

In this week's show Aaron Bastani and James Butler are joined by Nina Power, author of ‘One-Dimensional Woman’. They ask whether one year after the 'English Riots' anything has changed and whether they could happen again?