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07/03/2010

Government backed website The Graduate Talent Pool, which was set up to help graduates find internships, is promoting work placements that break minimum wage laws. David Lammy MP is asked whether this sort of thing works against poorer graduates.

Inside Out Yorkshire's report on how local councils are using the Proceeds of Crime Act, designed for dealing with major gangsters, to confiscate hundreds of thousands of pounds from petty scammers.

Following the conviction this week of a group of Tamil gangsters, we talk to a UK-based Tamil journalist about how Tamil gangs work in Britain.

It emerged recently that Royal Surrey Hospital was selling NHS drugs abroad for profit. Now reports are emerging from elsewhere in England of other hospitals doing likewise. A community pharmacist says we have been buying drugs from other countries for decades but with the current exchange rate, it's now us selling abroad.

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