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Hyer's Highlights: Legalising Cannabis

27th June 2018 | Politics

Hyer's Highlights: Legalising Cannabis

The government has announced that the use of medicinal cannabis is to be reviewed, which could lead to more prescriptions of drugs made from the plant.

The decision was prompted by recent cases of children with epilepsy being denied access to cannabis oil to control their seizures. Cannabis contains different active ingredients which experts claim could be therapeutic for certain patients.


Former UK Foreign Secretary William Hague has boldly suggested going further and fully legalising marijuana for everyone.

On his Sunday radio show, Benji Hyer responds to listener Scott, making the controversial case for legalisation, arguing that smoking it in moderation would be no more dangerous than consuming alcohol.

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Benji Hyer on the case for Leglaising Cannabis

Benji Hyer responds to listener Scott, making the controversial case for legalisation, arguing that smoking it in moderation would be no more dangerous than consuming alcohol. (5 minutes)

Hyer's Highlights: Trump For Brexit Negotiator

12th June 2018 | Politics

Hyer's Highlights: Trump For Brexit Negotiator

Boris Johnson has criticised the UK government’s Brexit talks strategy, saying it lacks “guts”.

He was caught on tape claiming that Donald Trump could do a better job at negotiating, saying: “he’d go in bloody hard. There’d be all sorts of breakdowns, all sorts of chaos. Everyone would think he’d gone mad. But actually you might get somewhere. It’s a very, very good thought.” Boris Johnson has apparently grown increasingly admiring of Donald Trump.


On his Sunday radio show, Benji Hyer asked whether Trump would be a better Brexit negotiator. Listener George felt that Trump’s ‘America First’ mantra translated into a pro-Britain stance would serve the UK well, yet Benji points out that the President’s recent economic tactics will backfire.

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Benji Hyer on Trump becoming a Brexit Negotiator

Benji Hyer responds to listener George who feels that Trump would make a good Brexit negotiator. (2 minutes)

Hyer's Highlights: Israel / Gaza Border Conflict

21st May 2018 | Politics

Hyer's Highlights: Israel / Gaza Border Conflict

Clashes on the border of Gaza and Israel have resulted in the deaths of 62 Palestinians at the hands of the Israeli army, with 1000's more injured.

The number of casualties instigated international outrage, with the United Nations declaring that Israel had used disproportionate and excessive force.

Despite what many are claiming, the Gaza protest wasn’t linked to the untimely US embassy move on the same day. Rather it was a part of the last 7 weeks of protests leading up to Nackba Day, commemorating the 750,000 Palestinians that left or were expelled in 1948, when the state of Israel was established.


Israel describe the protests as a Hamas-led military campaign, reportedly funded by the Jewish state’s nemesis Iran, and designed to turn the border area into an active combat zone, allowing terrorist operatives to break through the security fence, enter Israeli territory, and carry out attacks against soldiers and civilians, potentially in the form of kidnappings and massacres. Palestinians, on the other hand, assert that the protests are civilian uprisings by a population that is occupied, besieged and oppressed, with one of the highest unemployment rates in the world, which is rapidly heading toward a man-made and wholly preventable humanitarian crisis.

On his Sunday radio show, as Benji Hyer struggled to get to grips with each sides’ valid contentions, listener Oliver was insistent that Israel has done a disservice to itself by using live ammunition against protesters.

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Benji Hyer on the Israel and Gaza Border Conflict

Benji Hyer responds to listener Oliver who was insistent that Israel has done a disservice to itself by using live ammunition against protesters. (3 minutes)