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We talk to RBS's Chairman as the bank anounces losses of over five billion pounds.
Horse meat scandal - is buying British the answer?
British Gas says cold weather behind profit rise.
Sir Trevor Brooking takes calls on the FA's plan to improve grassroots football.
Tourists killed in Egypt balloon crash.
Nicky Campbell takes your calls. Groping - how easy is it to speak out?
Nick Clegg denies a cover-up over allegations against the Lib Dems' former Chief Executive
Why do home-grown terrorists want to blow us up?
MPs say the government's Work Programme is so bad, it would be better to do nothing at all
Nicky Campbell takes your calls. Is it time to legalise drugs in sport?
Doreen Lawrence says people's race still dictates what kind of life you have in Britain.
Nicky Campbell takes your calls. Should the NHS give IVF to women in their 40s?
NICE says the NHS in England and Wales should pay for IVF for women up to 42.
Do extremists deserve free speech?
Oscar Pistorius back in court on murder charge.
Clare McDonnell takes your calls on the day's big story.
Clare McDonnell and Ian Payne with news and sport from the UK and around the world.
Are street protests a good thing?
Oscar Pistorius appears in court on murder charge.
Are PE teachers too soft?
Oscar Pistorius is arrested after his girlfriend is shot dead in his home.
Nicky Campbell takes your calls on the day's big story. Has food got too cheap?
EU ministers meet as the focus of the horse meat scandal returns to the UK.
Should Popes quit? Rachel Burden takes calls live from St Peter's Square in Vatican City.
James Bulger's mother, Denise, talks to Rachel 20 years after her son's murder.
Is it time to start killing urban foxes?
Can Rachel taste the difference between horse meat and beef?
What's wrong with eating horses?
Findus withdraws some lasagnes after they are found to contain no meat other than horse.
Do you agree with child-free zones?
Michael Gove rows back on his plans to replace GCSEs in England.
Are you still proud of the NHS?
Why did hundreds of patients die needlessly at Stafford Hospital?
Gay marriage - for better or for worse?
Conservative cabinet ministers urge colleagues to back gay marriage.
Is now the right time for the government to take on the banks?
George Osborne warns Britain's banks he'll break them up if they misbehave.
Nicky Campbell takes your calls on the day's big story. Are the English arrogant?
The IPCC is acused of failing in its duty to investiagte complaints against the police.