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Season 2017 / Episode 35 and airs on 28 September 2017 19:30
A news-magazine programme presented by Julie Etchingham.
Hundreds of people have been arrested for drunkenness, violence and sexual assaults at British airports and on board aircraft over the past year. But what is to blame - a booze culture or businesses making millions selling alcohol? And what is being done to combat the problem and keep passengers safe? Aasmah Mir investigates.
This edition goes undercover to investigate the booming business of fake passports and the state of Britain's border security, as Jonathan Maitland visits Greece to expose the secret trade in dodgy documents where a fake passport can be bought for just 500 pounds, before speaking to Home Office whistleblowers who reveal their concerns about the way Britain's borders are policed. With the Brexit vote pushing control of UK borders to the forefront of the political landscape, this programme asks if such control has already been lost - and whether things are going to get worse rather than better.
Catherine Tyldesley investigates the truth about fats, hoping to dispel some myths about which are the healthiest when it comes to food. As well as highlighting the dangers lurking in many take-aways and convenience foods, the programme also looks at the types and amounts of fat people should be eating every day, and advises what foods to avoid.
After spending years training in a secret crime academy, a gang of Romanian criminals arrived in Britain in 2015. In less than a year, they raided 11 jewellery stores, getting away with luxury watches and diamond rings worth more than three million pounds. With exclusive access to the police investigation and CCTV footage, Tonight reveals how the gang was eventually tracked down and caught.
With a record number of pensioners still working, Tonight explores what they are up to, why they are doing it and what it means for the UK. Noreena Hertz meets people joyfully working through their 60s and beyond, as well as those struggling to a find a job at an older age. The economic impact of an ageing workforce is revealed and the programme looks at how businesses are adapting to cope with a country working for longer.
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