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Police Federation defends its officers after an IPCC report finds a woman who killed a stranger in a London street could have been stopped. Nicola Edgington stabbed Sally Hodkin after making 999 calls warning she would kill. Also, a baby born with the HIV virus may have been cured, according to scientists in the US. We'll ask a leading doctor what it may mean for sufferers. And why are banks lending less, despite getting more than 10 billion pounds more in cheap funding from the Bank of England? We speak to the director of small business markets at Lloyds - who have seen one of the biggest falls in lending.

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Mon 4 Mar 2013 12:00