Tony Livesey sits in for Shelagh, with Prime Minister's Questions - Clare Perry, the Conservative MP for Devizes, Stephen Gilbert, the Liberal Democrat MP for St Austell and Newquay, and Toby Perkins, the Labour MP for Chesterfield join us to discuss events in the house. Policing reforms, David Cameron's trip to Algeria, and where we store our nuclear waste are all on the agenda.
The father of a nine year-old boy who was threatened by axe-wielding burglars tells Tony about his ordeal. Ann Pope from the Office of Fair Trading explains why they decided not to investigate whether there's enough competition in the UK's fuel market. And we get an update from the doctors preparing to perform surgery on the Pakistani schoolirl activist Malala Yousafzai who was shot in the head by the Taliban.