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3 hours
First broadcast:
Wednesday 16 February 2011

Shelagh Fogarty and Phil Williams with all the day's news and sport.

Paedophiles are told they may no longer have to spend their life on the Sex Offenders Register if they can prove they're no longer a threat to society. Lynn Costello from Mothers Against Murder and Aggression shares her concerns.

The government announces its new immigration cap. Minister Damian Green explains why wealthier immigrants will be able to bypass the restrictions.

And we hear at the end of the programme from the squatters who have taken over Guy Ritchie's multi-million pound mansion in central London.

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