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Sue Jones is back this week with two features, first an interview about the war on Syria with investigative journalist Vanessa Beeley, daughter of Sir Harold Beeley, UK special envoy to Egypt during the 1956 Suez crisis. Tony discusses propaganda and polls in the aftermath of the New York Times having predicted 85% likely that Hillary Clinton would win the presidential election.
Then Sue has a report about a friend of hers that had a stroke on the bus in Wells, Somerset. It took three phone calls to the 999 ambulance service to get them to recognise the urgency and seriousness of the situation and actually send an ambulance, which took 30 minutes to turn up. In case you suspect a stroke remember the acronym FAST which is short for Face (can the person smile evenly with both sides of the mouth), Arms (can the person lift both arms above their head), Speech (can the person repeat a tongue-twister back to you after you say it) and Time (if any one of these tests positive phone 999 immediately).
Rich Nuland is from the US but works on medical instrument/equipment in Germany now. He was surprised by the Donald Trump presidential victory and truly believed that Trump was making so many blunders during the campaign that he was doing them deliberately to help Hillary Clinton. He has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars in the past to the Clintons' charities and he is old friends with them and loves playing golf with Freemason Bill Clinton so he can do secret deals out of the earshot of others.