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12/07/2011

Gordon Brown told the BBC he was reduced to tears when News International published that his son Fraser had cystic fibrosis. And then he launched an attack on their links to what he called "the criminal underworld".

The Home Affairs Select Committee has been grilling the policemen in charge of the original investigation. We talk to David Ruffley - former Shadow Minister for Police Reform when the Tories were in opposition - and Peter Kirkham, who used to be a Detective Chief Inspector in the Metropolitan Police.

Also today, the government is going to say how its going to keep carbon emissions down, fuel prices low and generate enough electricity to keep the lights on - all at the same time!

And with us for the whole programme today is former Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy.

30 minutes

Last on

Wed 13 Jul 2011 00:00

Credits

Role Contributor
PresenterAndrew Neil
PresenterAnita Anand