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The Minister who's changing the way child maintenance payments are arranged takes calls.
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The couple whose surrogate mother changed her mind tell us why they want the law changed.
The PM apologises for the government's handling of the evacuation of Britons from Libya.
Stephen Nolan sits in. How much support is available for disabled youngsters?
Those affected by the New Zealand earthquake share their experiences.
Julia Saker's in prison after tying up her drug addict daughter. We speak to her husband.
What's it like in rehab? Victoria follows up Thursday's show on alcoholism.
An alcoholic who's entering rehab responds to call for stark labels to be put on spirits.
Including the man who hung a 'thief' sign round his employee's neck.
The Army's email job losses, inflation rise analysis, and Rastamouse: tired stereotyping?
Once highly acclaimed former head Jean Else, on being stripped of her Damehood.
Egypt latest, and Sir Nicholas Wall, president of the family division of the High Court.
Miriam O'Reilly, the presenter sacked from Countryfile, on her age discrimination fight.
Claims that there is 'tidal wave of low morale' sweeping through the British army.
Could we ever pull out of the European Convention on Human Rights?
Whistle-blowing playtime monitor Carol Hill says she's given up on getting her job back.
Life after breast cancer; Sally Bercow on her raunchy photos: 'It's a storm in a bedsheet'
A tale of two footballers: fans react to Neville quitting and Carroll talks at Liverpool.
Phil Williams sits in and hears from Len McCluskey, new Unite General Secretary.
Egypt protests latest, online crime map crashes, Liverpool and Chelsea's spending splurge.