Insight, analysis and expert debate as key policy makers are challenged on the latest news stories.
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Around 20% of the working population now falls below the living wage, accountants KPMG says. Mark Constantine, founder of the Lush cosmetic chain, and Mike Cherry, national policy chairman of the Federation of Small Businesses, debate whether workers need to be paid more than the minimum wage.
Many of the patients who faced ill-treatment at a private hospital investigated by BBC Panorama have had new alerts raised over their safety since being moved to other facilities. Mark Goldring, chief executive of Mencap, outlines his view that Winterbourne View was closed too quickly. Lib Dem MP Paul Burstow, a former care service minister, discusses if this shows the the system has become more sensitised and picking up problems.
Winterbourne View patients in new care safety alerts
The celebrated author Philip Pullman is now retelling 50 of the tales by the Brothers Grimm to mark the bicentenary of their publication. Mr Pullman and author Neil Gaiman, look at the significance of the stories and discuss how they can be retold.