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Nicky Campbell takes your calls on the day's big story.
The RBS announces that it's lost more than £8.2 billion.
Nicky Campbell and Rachel Burden with news and sport from the UK and around the world.
Harriet Harman accuses the Daily Mail of smear tactics.
Nicky Campbell and Sam Walker with news and sport from the UK and around the world.
Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe take calls from listeners.
The Ukrainian president says a peace deal for the country has been reached.
The Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, takes your calls.
A truce is declared in Ukraine - and then broken.
Fresh warning over UK jihadists in Syria. With Nicky Campbell and Clare McDonnell.
The chief executive of the Co-op answers questions about the movement's future.
More rain and heavy winds are forcecast for already flooded areas of southern England.
More severe weather expected for flooded areas and William Hague on wildlife crime.
Zoos - cruelty or conservation? Nicky Campbell takes your calls.
The police and military evacuate the Somerset village of Moorland because of flooding.
US warns of toothpaste bomb threat to Sochi flights.
Thousands of homes in England and Wales are without power after the latest storms.
Education secretary Michael Gove says he'll shut the gap between state and private schools