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Vanessa Feltz sits in

2 hours
First broadcast:
Wednesday 28 March 2012

Vanessa discusses who's the most morally bankrupt - bankers, MPs who fiddled their expenses or rioters, the increase in the price of stamps, abuse on Twitter and pasties.

Music Played

11 items
  • Image for Coldplay

    Coldplay Charlie Brown

    (CD Single), Parlophone, 1

  • Image for Elton John

    Elton John Island Girl

    Elton John Greatest Hits 1970-2002, Mercury

  • Image for Mental as Anything

    Mental as Anything Live It Up

    Drive Time (Various Artists), Dino

  • Image for R. Dean Taylor

    R. Dean Taylor There's A Ghost In My House

    And They Danced The Night Away, Debutante

  • Image for Beverley Craven

    Beverley Craven Promise Me

    Beverley Craven, Epic

  • Image for Simply Red

    Simply Red Money's Too Tight (To Mention)

    Now 1985 (Various Artists), Now

  • Image for Paul Weller

    Paul Weller That Dangerous Age

    (CD Single), Island, 1

  • Image for Kid Rock

    Kid Rock All Summer Long

    (CD Single), Atlantic, 1

  • Image for Boyzone

    Boyzone Love Is A Hurricane

    (CD Single), Polydor, 1

  • Image for James Taylor

    James Taylor Fire & Rain

    James Taylor - Classic Songs, CBS

  • Image for Randy Crawford

    Randy Crawford You Might Need Somebody

    Ken Bruce At Your Request (Various), BBC



    A new report says that the riots of last summer were partly caused by bad parenting. Today we ask: which group are the most morally bankrupt – the bankers who helped cause the recession, the MPs who fiddled their expenses, or the young people who rioted in some of our inner cities?

    Find out more in this article from the Guardian.


    As the price of stamps rise to 60p, who should be exempt from the price increase?

    Find out more on BBC News online.


    Liam Stacey, a biology student from Swansea, is jailed for 56 days after racially abusing Fabrice Muamba on Twitter. A just sentence or out of proportion?

    Find out more on BBC New online.


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    George Osborne has clearly never bought a pasty from Greggs. How do you like your pasty: hot with a tax, cold with no tax or lukewarm in a grey area?

    Find out more in this article from the Telegraph.


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