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Featuring the Humberside Fire and Rescue on the chemical explosion near the Humber.
The Government is warned that young people are being forced out of rural areas in England.
Reaction to Jon Venables being returned to prison, plus the day's news and sport.
All the main news with Nicky Campbell and Shelagh Fogarty.
Local government minister John Denham on reports up to 25,000 council jobs are at threat.
Reports on Portsmouth FC going into administration and the sexualisation of children.
Bankers' bonuses return to the spotlight as RBS releases its annual figures.
Shelagh Fogarty asks: when is it right to call time on your marriage?
Reaction to Alastair Darling's pessimistic economic prediction row.
The three main party leaders want to end single parent stereotypes.
All the main news with Russell Fuller and Shelagh Fogarty.
The Conservatives are refusing to join talks about social care for the elderly.
Reports on Jan Moir's Stephen Gately article, the Falklands and foxhunting.
A major study suggests that most jurors don't understand what they're told by judges.
Nato forces suspend the use of a rocket system involved in the deaths of twelve civilians.
Reports on the anniversary of the Haiti earthquake and Eurostar's pre-Christmas troubles.
EU Treasury ministers are meeting to discuss bail-out possibilities for the Greek economy.
Lord Sugar on Portsmouth's fight to avoid administration.
Shelagh Fogarty asks: do you trust the police?
Latest reaction to the confirmed Toyota recall and the Ali Dizaei police corruption case.
Reports say Toyota are planning a global recall within 72 hours.
A deal has been struck over policing and justice in Northern Ireland.
Toyota spokesman Shinichi Sasaki on another potential recall following safety issues.
More than 820,000 people in Britain have dementia, 15% more than the previous estimate.
Reaction to comments by the Pope urging bishops to campaign against new equality laws.
Health Secretary Andy Burnham sets out plans to halve the number of smokers in England.
Afghanistan's President says the country will need foreign support for at least 15 years.
Latest on the Iraq Inquiry plus Harriet Harman and Theresa May on social inequalities.