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23/06/2012

Call Anita Anand on 03700 100 444, email any.answers@bbc.co.uk or tweet #bbcaq. The topics discussed on Any Questions? were: tax, education, immigration, yummy mummies and the cultural Olympiad 2012.

Questions included:

Is avoiding tax a moral issue?

What has prompted Ed Miliband to suddenly declare that the Labour government got it wrong by not imposing
limits on Eastern European immigration?

Is there anything wrong with a two-tier education system?

Could the panel comment on Cherie Blair's views on working mothers? What does it say about a society when women sometimes have to work until a few days before giving birth and then return a few weeks afterwards, often for financial reasons?

W. H. Auden said, 'no poem saved a single Jew from the gas chamber.' In the week that the 2012 Cultural Olympiad starts, what should society expect from and give to the arts and artists?

Producer: Anna Bailey.

Release date:

28 minutes

Last on

Sat 23 Jun 2012 14:00

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