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Shelagh is in Dublin for their referendum as part of our special day on the Euro crisis.
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Doctors will take industrial action on June 21 over changes to their pensions.
The parents of six children killed in a house fire in Derby are arrested by police.
Our sport team including David Unsworth and Andy Titterrell discuss the big sport stories.
The Scottish referendum campaign to vote for independence is launched.
The double dip recession deeper than first thought, we get reaction from the government.
Shelagh Fogarty with the latest news and sport.
Live from the Paralympic World Cup in Manchester, with all the events and reaction.
The Monday Sport Team look back on the Champions League and Championship play-off finals.
Parents in England are being offered free advice by the government on raising kids.
Consumer team discuss ebay tax, pet insurance problems and student loans for part timers.
Shelagh reveals the full England Squad for Euro 2012.
Ex News International chief exec charged with conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
The Health Secretary takes questions from RCN nurses who say he's not listening to them.
The latest from the house fire in Derby, as police arrest a woman in her 20s.
Prison officers in Scotland go out on strike.
The Queen's Speech live to both Houses of Parliament.
The family of a 94-year-old woman beaten up at home appeal for help to find her attacker.
Stories include the elections in France, Greece and Syria, and drug driving.
Shelagh presents a special local elections results programme.
Should we pay more for water? A Lords committee thinks so. We get the latest.
A coroner says the death of an MI6 agent found in a bag may never be solved.
Reaction to the MPs' report that says Rupert Murdoch is 'not fit' to run a major company.