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The NHS is not spending enough on new drugs, according to the drugs industry. Stephen Whitehead, chief executive of the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry, and Roy Lilley, an independent health policy analyst, debate the issue.

Marcus Agius is expected to resign as the chairman of Barclays. Business editor Robert Peston, and Terry Smith, chief executive of city firms Tullett Prebon and Fundsmith, give their views and analysis on the future of the bank.

An study of the lives of people in Britain called Mass Observation was started 75 years ago. One of questions posed was "what is on your mantelpiece?" BBC correspondent Allan Little has been looking through the archives.

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Mon 2 Jul 2012 06:00

Life Inside ‘Islamic State’: Diaries

Life Inside ‘Islamic State’: Diaries

An activist based in Raqqa, Syria describes the horror of everyday life in the city.