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News Meeting: What the Moscow attack means for Putin and Chinese hacking

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What should lead the news? Three people pitch the story they think matters most to Tortoise’s deputy editor Giles Whittell.

Barrister and broadcaster Hashi Mohammed joins Tortoise’s political editor Cat Neilan and reporter Stephen Armstrong to discuss whether Beijing should be considered a threat, the terror attack on a Moscow concert hall and Conservative plans to maintain the triple lock on pensions.

Email: newsmeeting@tortoisemedia.com


  • Cat Neilan, political editor at Tortoise
  • Hashi Mohamed, barrister and broadcaster
  • Stephen Armstrong, reporter at Tortoise

Host: Giles Whittell, deputy editor at Tortoise

Producers: Rebecca Moore and Casey Magloire

Executive producer: Lewis Vickers

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