Afshin Rattansi goes underground on a story making big headlines across the Atlantic - net neutrality. But our own government seems suspiciously quiet on the subject, and leader of the Pirate Party UK Loz Kaye says it's because politicians want to retain the power to control the internet. Amidst D-Day commemorations across the continent, historian and author of War Horse Michael Morpugo warns against glorifying war. Plus, the Chilcot inquiry is set to review some heavily-redacted evidence: we review who's on the panel. A new report claims 4,000 of us are at risk of losing our homes per week - and the figure will only go up. Plus, what's she done now? The Duchess of Cambridge gets it royally wrong as she attends a wedding at the Dorchester hotel.