01/02/2010

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Duration: 30 minutes

Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn have the top political stories of the day.

Broadcaster Nick Ferrari guests, and the programme looks at the role of the 'super-injunction' in the light of allegations about footballer John Terry's private life. Will the super-rich be forced to take a more rigorous approach when using the courts to safeguard their privacy?

There's the latest on another battle between Labour and Tories over spending cuts, and, a hundred years after the first job centre opened, a look at the changing nature of employment with the Employment Minister, Jim Knight.

Plus, the art of protest with somgwriter and performer Billy Bragg, who is refusing to pay his income tax because he's angry with bankers.

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Presenter
Jo Coburn
Presenter
Andrew Neil

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