JDB on David Cameron’s Trip To Washington (Part One)

So far it’s been a busy day: The BBC called at 8.15, on air at 11.15 and then again at 13.30. LBC Radio interview with Julia Hartley-Brewer at 13.00 and heading off again soon to Sky News for an interview at 16.30.

I hope to be able to lad up the Sky News interview this evening, but for now, here is my work from this lunchtime with Jane Hill.

JDB and LBC 97.3 FM TODAY at 13.00 GMT

For the fifth time in August I will be returning to the London airwaves TODAY at 1.00 to address the continuing fallout from the release of Lockerbie bomber, Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi. With the disintegration of the Libyan regime of Colonel Gaddafi, calls are being heard for al-Megrahi to be returned to incarceration. Last Saturday the Scottish government defended its decision to release the convicted terrorist on compassionate grounds. Is this likely, feasible or even desirable?

I will be discussing this with host Petrie Hoskin in what will no doubt be an interesting conversation that touches upon concepts of international law and justice, and which will probably involve discussion of the murder of WPC Yvonne Fletcher. With the curtain finally descending on the Gaddafi regime, is justice finally possible for following this notorious crime?

You can listen live at http://ukrp.musicradio.com/lbc973/live