Join Byline Times Editor Hardeep Matharu, and Executive Editor Peter Jukes for a breakdown of the most important stories of the week. With special guests Sam Bright, Peter Oborne, Sunny Hundal, Luke Harding and Olesya Khromeychuk.
Tonight we’re breaking down Kwasi Kwarteng’s mini-budget and taking a longer look at what to expect from Liz Truss’ premiership, particularly in terms of so-called “Trussnomics” with Sam Bright and Peter Oborne.
We’ll also be talking to journalist Sunny Hundal, to explore the cultural and political factors behind the recent sectarian tensions between Muslim and Hindu communities in Leicester, with a special focus on the tendency for misinformation to percolate and exacerbate an already delicate situation.
Then, we’ll be getting updates on Ukraine from the front line from Guardian Journalist Luke Harding, and reflecting on human rights abuses and atrocities committed by the Russians with Olesya Khromeychuk, Director of the Ukraine Institute.
Watch the show below, and use the link above to join Friday After Dark, our live Q&A after the show for members.