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Louis Theroux pays tribute to Sir Jimmy Savile. The latest on the Qantas dispute.
Calls for violent porn crackdown; Qantas grounds its fleet in pay dispute.
Liberation Day in Libya. Final day at the Rugby World Cup.
Where next for Libya? Anti-capitalist campaigner 'Peter' explains the St Paul's protest.
Reaction to Liam Fox's resignation as defence secretary. Wales v France in the RWC.
More heavy fighting in the Libyan city of Sirte. Wales beat Ireland in RWC quarter finals.
Baroness Warsi: the Government is sticking to its plan, but growth rates must improve.
The Government is not doing enough to promote economic growth, says a Tory MP.
Labour will cut Uni tuition fees says Ed Miliband. Ireland thump Russia in the RWC.
Three children, two teenagers and one adult are dead after a house fire in London.
Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander. Live at the start of the Great North Run.
Investigation into 4 miners' deaths in South Wales. "Ghurkas straining resources" says MP.
The 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
Fighting in a key pro-Gaddafi town in Libya, plus the latest from the Rugby World Cup.
Claims that British, American and Libyan spies worked together. World Atheltics last day.
Labour's alternative NHS vision; takeaway curries under fire; Greenham Common 30 years on.
Baha Mousa inquiry clears the Army of systematic torture. Hurricane Irene kills eight.
Previewing the Challenge Cup final. The latest from Libya. World Athletics Championships.
The latest from Libya as rebels claim to be closing in on the capital, Tripoli.
A Turkish boy appears in court over the killings of two women from Northern Ireland.
Police fight back at English riot criticisms. England are the number one Test nation.
A US Supercop is to advise the Government after the inner city riots.
Reaction to rioting and looting in north London; Father of Norway bear attack survivor.
America loses triple-A credit rating; Sam Gottsegen on facing a bear attack.
NHS cash is being diverted to more well off areas, says Labour. No say the Tories.
The head of HMRC via 5 live apologises to customers for major problems at the Tax Office.
The man arrested over the Norway killings admits his guilt. Tributes to Amy Winehouse.
Phil Williams and Anna Foster with accounts from survivors of the Norway shootings.
Former London Mayor Ken Livingstone on the hacking scandal.
Rupert Murdoch apologises for the hacking scandal. Who will win the Open?