UK's coalition government
Is the Conservative-Liberal Democrat alliance sustainable?
Last Modified: 15 May 2010 09:27 GMT
How much staying power does the UK's new coalition government have? [EPA]

On this episode of Frost over the World: Is the UK's new coalition government sustainable and what will it mean for foreign policy?; Kenya's post-election violence; and musician Annie Lennox.

This episode aired from Friday, May 14, 2010.

Shirley Williams, Christopher Meyer & Douglas Hurd

Baroness Shirley Williams is an elder stateswoman of the UK's Liberal Democrat party. She joins the show to discuss whether the country's new Conservative-Lib Dem coalition government is sustainable.

Plus, Christopher Meyer, a former UK ambassador to the US, and Douglas Hurd, a former UK foreign secretary, on what the UK's new coalition government means for foreign policy.

Luis Moreno-Ocampo

The International Criminal Court's chief prosecutor talks to Sir David from the Hague about his investigation into Kenya's 2007 post-election violence.

Annie Lennox

Multi-platinum selling musician Annie Lennox talks about her latest project fundraising for the charity Oxfam.

Sterilising drug addicts?

Should female drug addicts be paid to be sterilised? Barbara Harris from Project Prevention, an organisation that offers cash incentives to women who are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol to use long-term or permanent birth control, and Niamh Eastwood from Release, an organisation that provides services to drug users and campaigns for changes to UK drug policy, debate this controversial issue.

Plus, investment guru Jim Rogers joins Sir David from Singapore to discuss the economic crisis in Greece.

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