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Victoria presents live from a building site in St Albans on "recession day".
Victoria hears from British firefighters home from Haiti and Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
Victoria hears from two listeners about life as an adoptive parent in Britain in 2010.
MP launches a bill in the Scottish parliament that would allow assisted suicides.
Sir Richard Dannatt talks about his new role as military advisor to the Conservatives.
Are we being told the truth about breast cancer screening?
Peter Watt, former Labour General Secretary, on life at the heart of the Labour party.
Victoria speaks to a couple who have spent £100,000 on fertility treatment over 25 years.
Reaction to Communities Secretary John Denham's comments on racism in Britain.
If you weren't born in the UK but commit a serious crime here, should you be able to stay?
Coverage of Alistair Campbell giving evidence to the Iraq Inquiry.
Sean Hodgson talks about spending 27 years in jail for a crime he did not commit.
Jonathan Ross leaves the BBC. Reaction from Alan Yentob, Creative Director of the BBC.
Coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
The UDA announce they have decommissioned all weapons under its control.
Reaction to today's survey about GPs prescribing antidepressants too easily.
Live coverage of David Cameron's speech outlining Conservative plans for health policy.
Rachel Burden sits in for Victoria and looks ahead to the Winter Olympics.