BBC correspondents report from Westminster on the most significant of the day's stories in...
It's always a tricky day when Ministers are being moved, transferred and reshuffled at Westminster, and Susan Hulme covers the final parliamentary debate for Chris Grayling before his switch from Work & Pensions Minister to Justice Secretary. He responds to MPs' criticisms of the way the company, Atos Healthcare, has been carrying out assessments of disability benefit claimants. Also on the programme: Another committee investigates the latest developments in the long-running phone hacking saga. Britain's former ambassador to Afghanistan gives his verdict on the country's future. And the Foreign Secretary talks about the rising tension in Iran over its nuclear programme.
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