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Day 124. Today, we assess the situation from the front lines as Russian occupies Severeodonetsk, as well as Russia defaulting on its foreign debts for the first time since 1918. Plus, our Whitehall Editor is live from the G7 in Austria.

Contributors:

David Knowles (Host)

Dom Nicholls (Defence and Security Editor)

Tony Diver (Whitehall Correspondent)

Louis Ashworth (Economics Reporter)

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