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Stephen asks 'Is there anyway to stop direct action?', after yesterday's violent scenes.
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Stephen discusses the protests in London, both the peaceful and violent ones.
Stephen discusses tomorrow's planned march in protest against the government cuts.
Ranvir Singh sits in. Reaction as the British strike against Libyan air defence targets.
Adrian Goldberg sits in, as coalition forces fire missiles at Libyan targets.
Reaction to the Japanese earthquake - Brits wait for news of missing loved ones.
Analysis and first hand accounts from the earthqauke in Japan.
The aftermath of the Japanese earthquake as fears grow over damage to nuclear plants.
Kate Adie on Gaddafi, plus is it wrong to profit from a broken bank cashpoint?
Latest on Sunday Times reports of a SAS unit being held by rebel forces in Libya.
After a poor showing in the Barnsley Central by election we ask are the Lib Dems finished?