Forty five minutes of news, analysis and comment with Martha Kearney and Shaun Ley
Wed, 22 May 13
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The IMF says the UK economy is showing signs of improvement but warns that a "strong recovery" has not yet taken hold. Danny Alexander for the Government and Labour's Ed Balls respond. And the recording of the dramatic moment when a survivor of the Oklahoma Tornado pulled children from the wreckage of a School.
Tue, 21 May 13
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Oklahoma tornado disaster kills at least 91 people - including 20 children; the family of a woman murdered by her ex-partner tells us why they're calling for a public inquiry; the fall-out over "swivel-eyed loon-gate" continues; and how The Doors put Baroque into psychedelic rock.
Mon, 20 May 13
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The Government's Gay Marriage Bill is attacked by Opposition and Coalition MPs; astronaut Major Tim Peake heads for the Space Station; HMS Ark Royal is scrapped.
Fri, 17 May 13
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As garment factories in Bangladesh re-open after the building collapse, we speak to a union activist and the clothing giant H&M - will conditions for workers be improved? The union representing full-time firefighters' has attacked a report calling for radical reform of the fire service in England. We'll hear what the part-timers think. And why more young people than ever before are developing diabetes.
Thu, 16 May 13
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On the programme today Margaret Hodge joins us after questioning Google over it's tax affairs. James Wharton MP explains why he will use his private member's to push forward the draft bill on the EU referendum. We ask why the British Legion has gagged some of it's employees and also talk about how visa changes are said to have made life harder for domestic servants at risk of abuse. We debate why older women seem to disappear from our screens once they have reached a certain age, and 70 years on we remember the Dambusters.
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