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27/09/2010

All the main news from the UK and around the world with Nicky Campbell and Shelagh Fogarty.

The new Labour leader Ed Miliband insists he won't be in the pocket of the unions; Derek Simpson from Unite, the biggest of his union backers, tells us what's in it for him.

Shadow Work and Pensions Minister Yvette Cooper gives her verdict on the new leader, who beat her husband Ed Balls to the job, and fellow contender Andy Burnham looks ahead to Labour's future.

We ask Martin Brundle whether next month's inaugural South Korean Grand Prix will go ahead, as the track is still waiting to be passed fit to stage the race.

Also, Childline founder Esther Rantzen is concerned that new rules designed to protect children have increased the risk, and Sean Wilson, aka Martin Platt from Coronation Street, explains why he now makes cheese.

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