June 8th, 2016
Episode 742 of 1011 episodes
New research indicates that countries across Europe are turning against the EU. We discuss the Pew polling with the economist Roger Bootle who is campaigning for Britain to leave the EU, and Professor Sebastian Dullien, from the University of Applied Science in Berlin, who would like to see Britain remain. Also in the programme, Indian police have broken up a criminal gang profiting from persuading poor people in Delhi to sell their kidneys. The BBC's Yogita Limaye brings us the latest. Six leading economies in East Africa have revealed their budget plans for the coming year, with Uganda announcing its biggest ever spending plans. BBC reporter Catherine Byaruhanga has the details. And we find out from Forbes magazine's senior editor Kurt Badenhausen who are the biggest earning sportspeople in the world.
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