Calls for a banking inquiry, prisoner rehabilitation, and examining email etiquette.
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The Queen shakes Martin McGuinness's hand; NHS whistleblower 'supergag'; banking morality.
Debating the Barclays fine, EU summit, Bomber Command and a minister for older people.
Debating Lords reform and the Queen/McGuinness handshake, plus the art of networking.
Should NHS Trust be declared bust? Ed Balls on fuel duty and Liberia's pregnant children.
Debating welfare reform, Egypt elections, Scottish independence and mining in Liberia.
Floods are affecting many parts of the UK, plus immigration numbers and more from Liberia.
with Clive James, debating Labour and immigration, HS2 and Liberian hip-hop.
Doctors take industrial action, GCSE changes in the pipeline, and Liberia's entrepreneurs.
Executive pay, the latest from Egypt, plus the rise of the gay superhero.
Are the Dilnot social care reforms in doubt? What should A-levels look like? And Yoko Ono.
Debating the Greek election, children in care, mental health and playing music to cows.
Campbell on Murdoch's phone call to Blair, plus should we force-feed people with anorexia?
Economic stimulus, banking reform, London gangs and Falklands sovereignty.
Child poverty, online monitoring, Syria death toll, mental health and gang branding.
Affordable housing, a woman who fought and won against a London gang, and modern gentlemen
The C of E and same sex marriage, EU fishing policy, London's GAS gang and Martin Amis.
Is Italy next in line for a euro bailout? Plus the gangs of Brixton, and cyber-bullying.
Debating an online 'fraud factory', a massacre in Syria and the return of The Stone Roses.
Debating Euro 2012 boycott, cyber warfare, welfare cuts and with singer Neil Young.
Chancellor George Osborne on the eurozone crisis. Plus: Syria violence and water security.
Discussing jubilee stewards and BBC coverage, plus does coffee prevent dementia?
Has Lady Warsi been treated fairly? Plus the jubilee, and the transit of Venus.
Discussing wind turbines, the High Speed Rail link and the latest on the Diamond Jubilee.
A UK aid worker is rescued from captivity in Afghanistan, and how best to mark the Jubilee
With William Hague on Syria, Lord Lawson on budget U-turns, and debating CPR and BP.