23/12/2015 Dec. 23, 2015

from World at One·

The high streets are packed - but the latest economic figures revise growth downwards - we'll be finding out what that means for the year ahead. The recently retired Chief Constable of Greater Manchester tells us that the Government's plans to counter extremism risk turning forces into 'thought police'. Hugh Sykes reports from Sousse in Tunisia, the scene of a terrorist gun attack earlier this year. The former foreign secretary William Hague says people, like him, who've poured scorn on the European Union should think what pulling out would mean for this country - We debate that with two Conservative …



The high streets are packed - but the latest economic figures revise growth downwards - we'll be finding out what that means for the year ahead. The recently retired Chief Constable of Greater Manchester tells us that the Government's plans to counter extremism risk turning forces into 'thought police'. Hugh Sykes reports from Sousse in Tunisia, the scene of a terrorist gun attack earlier this year. The former foreign secretary William Hague says people, like him, who've poured scorn on the European Union should think what pulling out would mean for this country - We debate that with two Conservative MPs. And in the latest of our wato@50 series, we look at British architecture.