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VideoFeb 2020

James O'Brien | Which EU regulations should we get rid of?

(13:59) Four EU regulations that should be removed, according to LBC callers.

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VideoJan 2020

Seth Meyers | Congress votes to limit Trump's war powers after Iran lies

(12:16) A closer look at the House voting to rein in President Trump's war powers as it becomes increasingly clear his administration lied to justify an unconstitutional act of war.

VideoJan 2020

Seth Meyers | Trump confesses amid senate impeachment trial

(11:28) A closer look at "lawyer's lawsuits" at Donald Trump's impeachment trial.

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VideoFeb 2020

UK's tough new post-Brexit immigration system explained

(3:17) The new points-based immigration system will be enforced from January 1, 2021.

VideoFeb 2020

Seth Meyers | Senate acquits Trump in impeachment trial

(12:39) A closer look at Senate Republicans completing their cover-up of the president's crimes today when they acquitted him after an impeachment trial with no witnesses.

VideoJan 2020

NowThis | Comedian breaks down Trump's impeachment defence

(3:55) American comedian/activist Baratunde Thurston explains why Trump's "do me a favour" was a quid-pro-quo.

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VideoJan 2020

GMB | Should it be illegal for politicians to lie?

(10:14) Politicians who deliberately lie to mislead the public should be disqualified from standing for election - according to Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price, who has published a draft law to make it a criminal offence for a politician to deliberately lie.

VideoMar 2020

Congresswoman Katie Porter secures free coronavirus testing for all Americans

(4:17) Coronavirus testing would cost an American citizen a minimum of $1,331.

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VideoJan 2020

Trump claims Article II let's him do whatever he wants

(0:50) On more than one occasion, President Trump has falsely claimed Article II of the US Constitution gives him unlimited powers.

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VideoJan 2020

A Different Bias | Brexit bill attacked by House of Lords

(7:20) At least one of Boris Johnson's amendments to his own EU withdrawal bill has come under question from a House of Lords committee. Peers objected to the arbitrary way in which ministers would direct judges to interpret (and re-interpret) laws to suit their own political aims.

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