Andrew Mitchell MP argues in favour of military intervention in Syria.
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MPs, listeners and Syrians talk about whether we should intervene in Syria.
A woman who says she was groomed as a teenager says the authorities did nothing.
Syrians in Damascus discuss potential Western military action.
'I spent 12 years in a camp.' Refugee perspective on the millionth child fleeing Syria.
Syria 'attack' probe, plus credit card insurance mis-selling.
Hague 'deeply concerned' at reports of a chemical attack in Syria.
How bullying at school can affect you for the rest of your life.
Ask.fm website reveals new plans to prevent bullying.
Online sex scam support group handles 1500 cases.
Reaction to the lifting of a ban on medics with HIV performing some medical procedures.
Phil Williams presents. Prison sentencing; Cairo unrest; Eurozone growth; Peru; cat DNA.
Phil Williams presents. Rail fares, Peru detention, food banks, Wonga, sporting success.
Former Liverpool footballer Jamie Carragher says striker Luis Suarez deserves no sympathy.
A tennis coach talks about living next door to a convicted mafia boss in Uxbridge.
Two 18-year-old women from the UK are injured in an acid attack in Zanzibar.
Bank of England governor reveals interest rates will stay at a record low.
Police 'stop and search' powers in London, two years after riots in the city.
Paul Gascoigne pleads guilty to assault. Plus hero soldier's mum on his VC.
A local man argues with protestors at Sussex drilling site.
Some GCSE pupils are being entered for multiple exams in the same subject.