Leaked documents appear all the time which show us that countries don't always do or not do what they say. Trying to punish those involved in illegal or unethical behaviour can be difficult.
1) What's your opinion about leaked documents?
2) How much disclosure of information should
3) When documents are leaked who should be
England has a long history of leaked documents. Some were given to newspapers while others were have been sent to the wrong address or even left in a pub.
Watch the video to find out about the latest 'leaked document scandal':
1) How surprising is this information? Why?
2) Why was it covered up?
3) How can British voters trust their government
4) Should a government tell its citizens
5) Is it possible to punish the people involved?
1) Should politicians be honest?
2) Should we know everything they do and think?
Watch this off-mike conversation:
1) How did this change people's opinion of
2) What does it show you about the relationship
between him and Tony Blair?
3) How would you feel if he had been as honest
when he was in power?4) Who would vote for an honest politician?
Motions: Governments sometimes need to break
Voters are used to politicians lieing so
soon forget about scandalsSome people are beyond prosecution
1) Make groups of 3
2) Choose a motion
3) Choose roles. 1x For, 1x Ag and 1 judge
4) Present 1 min arguments+criticisms
5) After a few rounds stop and ask the judge to
explain who debated better and why
6) Swap roles, choose another motion and continue
Have a look at these funny leaked revelations.
Are they true?