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              World at One: BBC Radio 4 News

              Forty five minutes of news, analysis and comment with Martha Kearney and Mark Mardell.

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              • Cameron begins EU renegotiation mission

                Fri, 22 May 15

                Duration:
                40 mins

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                The Prime Minister has been speaking to fellow EU leaders in the Latvian capital, Riga, about Britain's relationship with Europe. David Cameron no longer seems to be talking about "full-on Treaty change", but can the reforms he wants be made without it? And just how significant is the relationship between migration and welfare? One leading Tory Eurosceptic, Chris Heaton-Harris, offers his advice to the PM. For free. As a Government Minister tells an audience at Hay that it's time to tax sugar, we ask whether the Danish experiment worked. And a councillor in Anglesey tells us what it's like living with broadband so weak that the peninsula has the lowest levels of internet use anywhere in the country.

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              • The Mirror Group to pay record compensation for hacking

                Thu, 21 May 15

                Duration:
                46 mins

                Available:
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                In a landmark legal ruling the Mirror Group has been ordered to pay record compensation to people who's phones it hacked to get stories. We hear from the lawyer of one of today's claimants. David Cameron has outlined new laws to curb illegal working, as figures show the government is nowhere near meeting its migration target. We assess the PM's options with a senior Tory backbencher. We mark the 75th anniversary of the Battle of France.

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              • Pianist can publish abuse memoir

                Wed, 20 May 15

                Duration:
                46 mins

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                Pianist wins court case to publish memoir of abuse he suffered as a child - we hear from him; Labour's Tristram Hunt tells us why he's not standing for the party's leadership; And the former head of the British Army on the IRA killing of 18 soldiers at Warrenpoint.

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              • Prince Charles meets Gerry Adams in Ireland

                Tue, 19 May 15

                Duration:
                46 mins

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                The Prince of Wales meets the Sinn Fein President, Gerry Adams while on an official tour of Ireland. We hear from one victim of the Troubles who opposes the meeting and from Sinn Fein. For the first time in over half a century, prices of goods are officially falling! The Government says the drop in prices is good news for family budgets; but what's the message of history? Jonty Bloom delves into the past. A new portrait of Shakespeare has been discovered. But is it for real?

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              • 18 May 15: Stepping Hill nurse found guilty

                Mon, 18 May 15

                Duration:
                46 mins

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                Nurse found guilty of murdering two patients and poisoning 19 others at Stepping Hill Hospital in Stockport - we hear from its chief executive; Labour's links with the unions - a former minister says it's time for change; And we ask whether the NHS can afford a 'truly seven-day' service?

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