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David Cameron and Ed Miliband clash over strikes at Prime Minister's Questions.
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Live coverage of the Chancellor George Osborne's Autumn Statement on the UK economy.
Former teammates remember Gary Speed in the Monday sports panel.
Shelagh Fogarty with the day's major news and sport stories. Plus 5 Life.
The latest from the media ethics inquiry, plus the consumer team study new gas deals.
Matt Dawson reacts to damaging reports about England's rugby World Cup campaign.
The latest from the media ethics inquiry. Plus, the health team look at care at home.
Stories from around the UK, including the sports panel looking back at the weekend action.
Tony Livesey in for Shelagh Fogarty. With Liam Neeson, Jeff Wayne and Helen Skelton.
The consumer team with Martin Lewis discuss the sale of Northern Rock.
Shelagh talks to a panel of MPs about record high unemployment for young people.
Shelagh Fogarty speaks to Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte about the eurozone crisis.
John Terry and Fabio Capello plus reaction to the weekend's international football.
Stories from around the UK, including 5 life, a weekly look at family and work issues.
James Murdoch faces MPs over the phone hacking scandal for the second time.
Shelagh Fogarty with PMQs and the latest on the student protest in London.
Stories from around the UK, including the health team reviewing the latest medical stories
Including claims that staff at the UK Border Agency relaxed checks on arriving visitors.
The latest on Greece's debt crisis, and Martin Lewis challenging Ryanair over fees.
Live from Westminster for coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
The health team look at the growing number of couples using unregulated sperm donors.