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3 hours
First broadcast:
Tuesday 08 March 2011

Nicky Campbell and Shelagh Fogarty with all the day's news and sport.

Including a report on the female drug addicts who've become the first in the UK to be paid to have contraceptive implants or coils fitted. The controversial American charity Project Prevention says initial payments of £60 have been made to 26 women, and we've found that one British charity is planning to trial a similar scheme.

Also, police chiefs predict that thousands of jobs could be lost because of budget cuts; and in the final half hour, Gloria Hunniford on how a chance meeting with a guest on Cash in the Attic led to Cliff Richard getting a chance to break America

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