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Shelagh is in Westminster for PMQs. Plus employment figures and economic recovery.
How good is your sleep? We hear all about our body clocks.
The sports team on the Premier League and their picks for England's World Cup squad.
Stories from around the UK as Tony Livesey sits in.
Halal meat is sold in supermarkets without being labelled as such.
Shelagh is in Westminster for PMQs. Plus foreign takeovers and is there a housing bubble?
A leading UK doctor says GPs are struggling to cope with increasing workload.
Chuka Umunna says Jeremy Clarkson right to apologise over video footage.
News from around the UK. Including sport, politics, and money news.
Live coverage of Prime Minister's Questions, followed by analysis from our MPs panel.
Headteacher pays tribute to colleague stabbed to death yesterday.
More help to get people back to work, and the sports team.
Latest from Ryan Giggs on being interim manager at Manchester United.
Police ask Muslim women to tell them if their relatives are planning on fighting in Syria.
Shelagh discusses immigration and the big stories of the week with political guests.
David Moyes is sacked from Manchester United after just one season.
The sports team talk football and we talk to a Boston Marathon runner during his race.
The father of a British teenager killed in Syria says his son died fighting a just cause.
More on the Co-op Group's losses, the latest on Ukraine crisis, and why men don't read.
A mother at 12? We talk about why children are having babies.
Stories from around the UK. Including sport, politics and money.
The latest on the protests in Ukraine, the Nigel Evans row and the Oscar Pistorius trial.
Stories from around the UK, including the sports panel looking ahead to the weekend action
The Health Secretary says it took 'far too long' for information on Tamiflu to be released
David Cameron offers more talks with other parties about ways of restoring public trust.
Oscar Pistorius tells a court in South Africa about the moment he shot Reeva Steenkamp.
Oscar Pistorius testifies for the first time at his murder trial.
Shelagh speaks to survivors of the Rawandan genocide which took place 20 years ago.
Standardised packaging for cigarettes a step closer.
Shelagh and the MPs talk about Unite and Labour, windfarms and £90 football shirts.