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Victoria holds a mock election using the present method and AV.
BA Cabin Crew staff tell Victoria why they still want to strike.
A woman in Tripoli says she is being terrorised by allied air strikes.
The latest from Swindon police on Sian O'Callaghan and MPs are allowed more expenses.
A man's found guilty of carrying out a series of rapes and assaults on 18 elderly victims.
Victoria talks to PC David Rathband about his decision to sue Northumbria Police.
Phil Williams sits in. A teacher sacked for writing a racy novel loses her appeal.
Tom, a newly-released prisoner tells of his experiences. Plus the Monday music review.
Phil Williams sits in: expert reaction as Cameron outlines action against Gaddafi's forces
Phil Williams sits in. Touchline bans, modern-day slavery and suing social services.
Original stories from across the UK, news, sport, and exclusive interviews.
Is modern education letting kids down? And Terry v Ferdinand: who'd be the better captain?
Latest from Japan, Libya and Bahrain; George Michael and The Wanted in the music review.
Victoria has the latest on the earthquake in Japan and tsunami warnings in the Pacific.
Rachel Burden sits in, and interviews the woman whose husband tried to kill her four times
Guests in Harare tell us if intimidation is on the rise in Zimbabwe again.
A rare interview with the judge in charge of drawing up sentencing guidelines.
The NHS advisor who thinks babies born before 23 weeks shouldn't be treated.
Final day of 7-7 evidence: we hear from families. And are vocational courses worth taking?
Including the mother who said she couldn't cope looking after her disabled daughter.
A dad tells of having his autistic son home after being forcibly detained by his council.