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5live Weekend Breakfast with Colin Paterson and Anna Foster

* Nadine Dorries, the MP for mid Bedfordshire has told 5live that the Prime Minister could be kicked out of office by his own backbenchers within a year, unless he changes his policies. Deputy Party Chairman, Michael Fallon says he doubts she has the backbench backing.

* Jamie Oliver and Steven Gerrard are just two of the signatories to a letter to David Cameron, asking for cookery classes to be made compulsory in schools.

* France goes to the polls to vote for their next President.

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2 hours, 30 minutes

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Sun 6 May 2012 06:00