Blog posts by year and month September 2013

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    1. On Monday 30th September on Victoria Derbyshire's programme we will reveal, for the first time, Freedom of Information figures which show just how many children aged 11 or younger have been admitted to Accident and Emergency departments across the UK because they had drank too much.

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    2. For some, where there’s muck there’s brass… but for fire crews, a large waste recycling dump poses serious problems. When they catch fire, the blaze can last for weeks and give off highly toxic chemicals.

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    3. Jennie Gow looks back on the Singapore Grand Prix and ahead to the race in Korea.

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    4. Jennie Gow begins her long haul journey with the F1 circus through the Far East in Singapore.

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    5. This week the 5 live Investigates team have been looking at business rates avoidance schemes that are costing town halls millions of pounds a year. Landlords are responsible for paying the rates on empty commercial buildings, and in some cases, that can be a hefty sum.

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    6. John Pienaar describes what listenrs can look forward to in the new series of Pienaar's Politics.

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    7. In a year’s time people living in Scotland will cast their vote in a referendum that could change the future of the UK. They'll be asked "Should Scotland be an independent country?" and that's what we'll be debating on Monday 16 September at 10am in our largest ever Victoria Derbyshire audience ...

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    8. Adrian Goldberg leads the 5 live Investigates team back into action with an examination of staffing at hospital accident and emergency (A&E) units in England. Some hospitals have just over half the doctors or nurses they believe they need.

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