Rachel Burden and Phil Williams with the weekend's news and sport.
David Laws, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, should step aside as his expenses are investigated, according to Sir Alastair Graham, the former chairman of the Committee on Standards in Public Life. Lembit Opik, the former Liberal Democrat MP defends him.
Karun Chandhock from Hispania Racing talks about his crash at Monaco where a Lotus landed on top of his car. He also talks about the prospects of a Grand Prix in his native India next year and the challenges of the track in Istanbul ahead of this weekend's Turkish Grand Prix.
Gavin Finnie and Dominic Kitson are the young finalists of the first ever National Top Trumps Tournament. They talk about power breakfasts and the intricacies of playing Top Trumps.
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