The effect of the strike on NHS services, Liverpool's World Heritage Status and Madrassa schools

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Consumer news with Winifred Robinson.

Controversy over plans for a 5.5 billion pound development along the docklands in North Liverpool. Unesco says it is extremely concerned because of the possible impact on the city's historic waterfront. What are the implications for Liverpool's world heritage status?

A new report raises concerns about Madrassas which are schools for Muslim children which aren't in mainstream education. One of the issues is how many of the adults in these schools have been subject to CRB checks.

And the places to avoid in London when travelling during the Olympics.

Producer Bernadette McConnell.

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Wed 30 Nov 2011 12:04
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