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Are government reforms to probation on track and will they work? Danny Shaw investigates.
How well prepared is Britain's transport infrastructure to weather the winter storms?
Are the old and vulnerable paying the price of cuts in home care?
After last year's horsemeat scandal, have enough lessons been learned?
Predatory or prudent? Has RBS been playing fair with its business customers?
As water company bills rise, Lesley Curwen investigates where the money goes.
Is enough being done to prevent rogue states and terrorists acquiring chemical weapons?
What do we know about the deals struck with private companies to run parts of the NHS?
Is the government's flagship Work Programme working? Gerry Northam investigates.
What's behind the rise in deaths among those who have taken the drug ecstasy?
Homes at risk? Are housing associations trying to gamble their way out of a crisis?
Who are the British jihadists fighting in Syria and could they pose a threat to the UK?
Who are the winners and losers from high-speed rail?
What will the government's plan to produce more low-carbon energy do to our fuel bills?
What rights do people have when they feel they've been unfairly put under surveillance?
In London fashion week, Jane Deith reports from Bangladesh on safety for textile workers.
Are psychiatric hospitals failing to learn vital lessons from suicides among patients?
Coal keeps the lights on. But as UK mining firms collapse, do ministers have a plan?
What influence does the tobacco lobby have in the fight over new laws on cigarettes?
As big business is asked to pay its dues, are some charities being used for tax avoidance.
With attention on A&E, is there a bigger problem in the way hospitals are funded?
Are petrol prices manipulated to keep them artificially high?
Are taxpayers getting value for money when cash strapped councils sell off their assets?
Are young grooming victims getting the help they need to rebuild their lives?
Are there lessons in the collapse of the UK's biggest elderly care home abuse inquiry?
With growing concern over Iran's nuclear intentions, is the UN watchdog up to the job?
Can the NHS protect patients from new antibiotic-resistant superbugs?
A police whistleblower claims last year's Rochdale child grooming case failed victims.
Can we rely on the NHS to uncover hospital scandals? Presented by Gerry Northam.
Does Europe face a new terror threat after military action in Mali? Jenny Cuffe reports.