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A gripping Start the Week from a Paris on the edge

Plus: the experiences of three generations of immigrant women. How settled do they feel?

21 November 2015

9:00 AM

21 November 2015

9:00 AM

It was as if Andrew Marr and his guests on Start the Week on Monday morning were standing on the edge of a precipice with no idea how far they would fall if they strayed too near the edge. Their conversation this week, Marr told us, would not, as usual, be a live discussion but had actually been recorded in Paris on Friday, just hours before the terrible events of later that evening.

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