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Unaffiliated Peer and Former MEP Baroness Kate Hoey kicks off today's show as we take down the morning's headlines as Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is urged to launch a probe into Braverman as officials ‘contacted ethics team about speeding emails’. As Cardiff was thrown into chaos last night as rioters threw fireworks at police on a Cardiff street, we spoke to Lead reporter for South Wales Evening Post Liz Perkins to find out why this has happened. Conservative MP for Morley and Outwood Andrea Jenkyns returns to The Independent Republic to discuss the ongoing migrant crisis in this country as net migration is forecasted to reach record breaking heights, we ask Jenkyns her thoughts on a recent plan bar foreign students below PhD level from bringing families to the UK. Author and Journalist Laura Dodsworth joins Mike for her weekly takedown of the top headlines from clown world, and Former Scotland Yard Superintendent Nusrit Mehtab closes the show to discuss why Britain has become so lawless, all that and so much more, so tune in! 

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