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16/07/2012

David Cameron and Nick Clegg have been defending their coalition and announced a mid term review. We hear the thoughts of the former Liberal leader Lord Steel about that and Lords reform - he says he has a lifeline for Nick Clegg.

The population of England and Wales has increased by 7% since the last census -- the largest rise since counting began in 1801. We will try to find out why.

Russia has accused the West of using blackmail in efforts to secure a new U.N. resolution on Syria. The former peace envoy - Lord Owen gives us his interpretation of events.

Should NHS staff should take pay cuts to help hospital funding problems - the NHS Confederation gives us their view.

And as Hollywood celebrates the life of Celeste Holm we ask are there enough funny parts for women in film?

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Mon 16 Jul 2012 13:00

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