The PM calls them a damp squib. Were they? And were you backing the strikes?
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The public sector strike begins. Tony discusses how it's dividing the nation.
How will the public sector strikes affect you?
An ex-press photographer says celebrities deserve intrusion into their private lives.
David Cameron urges businesses to let parents bring their children to work during strikes.
More violence in Tahrir Square in Cairo as protesters gather en masse.
Lively late-night chat on stories you're talking about.
Tony is live backstage with the big name stars at the Children In Need Rocks concert.
Sepp Blatter denies racism in football; and would scrapping the minimum wage create jobs?
Oxford City Council is being criticised for forcing cabbies to record passengers on CCTV.
Tony takes calls on Edwina Currie's trip to a soup kitchen.
An extremist Islamic organisation is banned - Tony speaks to its leader Anjem Choudary.
A second earthquake hits Van in Turkey. Plus, a lively discussion on tuition fees.
More on the row between the former head of border control and the home secretary.
Michael Jackson's physician is found guilty of causing his death.
Adil Ray in for Tony Livesey. The Greek PM explains his decision to call a referendum.
Adil Ray in for Tony Livesey with the latest from Greece on the Euro crisis.