NHS, Brexit Chaos and Petty Council Fines

As the NHS was celebrated for its 70th year at the weekend, some people are of an alternative viewpoint on the lauded health service. Mark Littlewood of the Institute of Economic Affairs is of the view that we need to look at European health services like Germany and Sweden - and he tells Mike and Katie why.


Hugh calls in to give his two cents on the ensuing chaos over Brexit.


And finally - it has been reported that local council are dishing eight times as many fines for activities such as shouting, drinking prosecco in the park and dropping your children in the wrong spot outside school - Josie Appleton of campaign group Manifesto Club joins Mike to discuss this and how the council are able to fine people so liberally.

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