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News from the UK and around the world, with Nicky Campbell and Rachel Burden.
Nicky Campbell asks should it be easier to adopt? The number of adoptions is falling.
Germany's social affairs minister says her country should save the Euro - because of WWII.
Has Ed Miliband got what it takes to lead the country?
Ed Miliband talks to Nicky Campbell at the Labour Party Conference.
Do you define yourself by your race?
Is monogamy all it's cracked up to be?
Nicky Campbell asks: Could a Palestinian state lead to Middle East peace?
News from the UK and around the world, with Nicky Campbell and Anna Foster.
Nicky Campbell asks: Is it good for boys to learn to fight?
As the government considers printing more money - will spending or cutting help more?
Nicky Campbell asks: Psychics - are the sceptics wrong?
Can the government pump five billion pounds into the economy and still tackle the deficit?
Nicky Campbell asks: What would you censor - nudity or smoking?
Is it ok - in certain circumstances - to kill a burglar?
One in two parents say 'bring back the cane'. Nicky Campbell asks if are you one of them.
The latest news on the attempted rescue of the trapped miners in Wales.
Are we stronger together or should Britain leave the EU?
France and Germany tell Greece that it's an integral part of the Eurozone.
United Nations or Basildon council - who should deal with the travellers in Essex?
Should we be telling other countries how to treat gay people?
What do you make of the banking recommendations?
Nicky Campbell asks: 'A decade on from 9/11, should we move on?'.
Includes Stephen Nolan in New York with a 9/11 survivor and medics made ill by the attack.
Does the abuse of prisoners make you ashamed to be British?
The report into the death of an Iraqi man in British military custody is published today.
Nicky Campbell asks should the state be paying more for childcare.
British childcare is the most expensive in the developed world.
Nicky Campbell asks whether children should have an act of worship in the classroom.
Nicky Campbell takes calls on a proposal for police to wear uniform to and from work.
A report says police should wear uniform on the way to work to make the public feel safer.
Nicky Campbell asks: Do teachers need to get tougher?
British involvement in the Libyan conflict is costing £1.5m every day.
Nicky Campbell asks: Did spiritual poverty cause the riots?
Thousands of members of the Army and RAF will find out they're being made redundant today.