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Police and the IPCC apologise for failing to tell Mark Duggan's parents of his death.
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Paul Conroy, the injured photographer, is rescued from Homs. We speak to his brother.
Stories from around the UK, including the sports panel looking back at the weekend action.
Tony Livesey hears the latest on the international meeting try to get aid to Syria.
One million public sector workers are facing a pay freeze for a third year in a row.
With PMQs and the latest on the death of a Sunday Times reporter in Syria.
Ryan Giggs is revealed as the man who tried to hide an affair using a legal injunction.
Carl Froch gives his reaction to Derek Chisora and David Haye's press conference fight.
Shelagh reacts to breaking news that Rupert Murdoch is launching a new Sunday paper.
David Cameron talks about why he wants Scotland to remain in the UK.
Shelagh discusses latest unemployment figures and the Bank of England economic forecast.
Shelagh examines what influence and followers Abu Qatada still has.
The sports team on Mick McCarthy being sacked from Wolves.
Shelagh Fogarty asks if prayers should be banned before local council meetings.
Live coverage of the FA's press conference following the resignation of Fabio Capello.
Full coverage of Harry Redknapp being cleared of tax evasion, plus PMQs.
Met police admit they acted unlawfully by not warning victims about phone hacking.
More on the Capello FA row, and our sports team on Man Utd's come-back.
John Terry, no longer England captain. Chris Huhne, no longer a cabinet minister.
Reaction to the death of football fans in Egypt, including an eye witness and ex-FIFA ref.
Shelagh is in Westminster for live coverage and analysis of Prime Minister's Questions.