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Riz Khan
David Davis
We speak to the UK Shadow Home Secretary on the challenges facing Britain today.
Last Modified: 24 Jan 2008 11:00 GMT

Shadow home secretary David Davis joins "Riz Khan"
for a special interview [EPA]
Immigration, violent crime, terrorism and lack of social mobility top the list of concerns for Britons today. So how does an increasingly diverse and vibrant society deal with these challenges – especially as the public outcry for government action grows?

Join the "Riz Khan" show for a special interview with UK Shadow Home Secretary David Davis.

As one of the Conservative Party's leading figures in Parliament, Mr. Davis argues that a decade of "New Labour" has led to a general decline in British society.

We'll ask him for concrete proposals on how the Conservatives plan to turn things around.

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