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Stories from around the UK, including the sports panel looking back at the weekend action.
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Can we officially celebrate the end of discrimination against women?
Stories from around the UK, including money saving advice from the consumer team.
Live from Westminster for coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
What powers does David Cameron want to take back from the European Union?
Shelagh speaks to Lee Sharpe and Peter Reid following Man United's 6-1 defeat to Man City.
The latest from Libya, following the death of Colonel Gaddafi.
Reports of the death of Colonel Gaddafi in Libya.
The Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit is reunited with his family after five years' captivity.
Former Liverpool captain Alan Hansen talks to Shelagh about Hillsborough.
Does expelling troublemakers from school really work? Does it eventually lead to prison?
A new plan from the government to tackle obesity in England.
Cricketer Graham Dilley's brother on why it's important men do not ignore health probelms.
Steve Redgrave joins Shelagh and the sports peam to review the weekend's sport.
Colin Murray looks ahead to the Euro 2012 qualifiers and Rugby World Cup quarter-finals.
Shelagh has the day's news, travel and sport.
Where does the Meredith Kercher investigation go from here?
Reaction to the Chancellor's speech at the Tory Party Conference - plus the sports team.