Another mass shooting in the US prompts renewed calls for tougher vetting on Gun ownership - but President Trump doesn’t agree. We take a look at the reluctance, not just to take action, but even to talk about reforming US firearm regulations amongst the country’s lawmakers.

This Sunday is remembrance day - We look back at the conflicts which gave birth to the Poppy appeal, and ask whether that symbol has been politicised in recent years. We speak to the columnist and trade unionist Cat Boyd about what she calls “compulsory poppy lobbyists”.

Edinburgh’s usher hall was indeed full to the brim last Saturday, with members of the Scottish independence Movement, and we’ll have a special report on the Scottish independence convention’s building bridges to yes event.

Another week, and another cabinet minister down for Theresa May - where does the sharp fall from grace for Priti Patel fit into the ongoing disaster that is Theresa May’s premiership?

And… Could BBC Radio 4’s ‘The Archers’ Parish council election POSSIBLY be referencing real world events? A recent General election perhaps?

All that and more on this week's programme.

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