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Podcast: 2014 Matters: independence and global poverty

A discussion in Edinburgh of what Scottish independence will mean for international development.

Jim Murphy Humza Yousaf Lorna Gold Jamie Livingston Claire Stewart
12 June 2014
Jim Murphy MP (UK Shadow Secretary of State for International Development), Humza Yousaf MSP (Scottish Government Minister for External Affairs and International Development), Lorna Gold (Head of Policy and Advocacy, Trocaire) and Jamie Livingston (Head of Oxfam Scotland), are chaired by Claire Stewart of STV in a discussion about global poverty and Scottish independence.

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