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The actress Sienna Miller gives evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into press standards.
Bernard Hogan-Howe, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, talks to listeners.
The Director of Public Prosecutions for England and Wales, Keir Starmer takes your calls.
The parents of the murdered teenager, Milly Dowler, give evidence to the Leveson inquiry.
Sepp Blatter says sorry over racism in football row.
Ed Balls speaks to callers about the economy.
Former head of the UK Border Force, Brodie Clark, faces questions from MPs.
Victoria hosts a live debate from Tottenham, 100 days after the riots across England.
A Tory peer jailed for falsely claiming £13,000 in expenses tells Victoria he's sorry.
Patricia Jones on the court battle to save her home. Coverage of James Murdoch's evidence.
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A lawyer in the phone hacking scandal says he'll sue News International for spying on him.
The staff of Passmore Academy who feature in 'Educating Essex' speak to Chris Warburton.
Chris Warburton sits in for Victoria Derbyshire with exclusive news-making interviews.