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John and Justin's review

Further results from the election in Afghanistan are to be released.

On the programme, Author Sam Kiley and Lt Col Nick Richardson, spokesman for the British army in Helmand province, discussed whether the results are credible.

In results released so far, officials say incumbent Hamid Karzai has 45% to his nearest rival Abdullah Abdullah's 35%, with 17% of ballots counted.

Also on the programme, guests discussed whether World War II have been avoided.

Historians David Dutton and David Faber discussed whether Neville Chamberlain, the prime minister at the time, was right to try to appease Adolf Hitler.

They also discussed whether any other prime minister would have acted differently.

Finally, Brian Moore, a former captain of Harlequins, got into "a bit of a scrum" with Justin about how the club can move on from the "bloodgate" scandal.

Harlequins chairman Charles Jillings has resigned after accepting ultimate responsibility for the affair that has disgraced the club.

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