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28/01/2013

Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police Sir Peter Fahy explains why the law should change to allow police forces to use positive discrimination. He says he's frustrated that people want more black and ethnic minority officers, but don't want to use radical measures to get results. Also Julie Bell's seven year old daughter Becky died of cancer last year. She tells us how she faces a cut in benefits under the "bedroom tax" if she wants to keep Becky's bedroom as a shrine. And the Information Commissioner tells us why he wants all pupils to have lessons on privacy and personal data, including the dangers of social media.

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Mon 28 Jan 2013 10:00
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