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03/02/2013

Duration:
1 hour, 30 minutes
First broadcast:
Sunday 03 February 2013

Are three year olds too young to learn Mandarin and will more structure benefit them at this age? A nursery leader and Anastasia de Waal, from the think tank Civitas discuss. Should the British royal family go Dutch? Could the Queen follow Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands' example and hand over the royal reigns to Prince Charles? Polish is the most commonly spoken non-native language in England and Wales. What are the pros & cons of Polish immigration and the likely impact of a relaxation of immigration controls at the end of the year? Matthew Shearman from online youth magazine Europe and Me debates with Stewart Jackson MP. Tory entrepeneur Ivan Massow gives a personal view on the impact the gay marriage row will have on the Conservative party? Tear it apart or make it fit for the future? Do disabled people have the right to have sex? Is sex surrogacy as depicted in the film The Sessions the answer? Is the skeleton dug up in a Leicester car park really King Richard III - historians hold their breath.

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