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A deal on press regulation in the wake of the phone hacking scandal is struck between the three major political parties. A press watchdog will be created by Royal Charter. Shelagh has reaction from the media and the Hacked Off Campaign which holds a press conference welcoming the decision.

There's the latest on Cyprus and the Eurozone bailout. The programme explores the knock-on effects for the rest of Europe and what might happen next.

Wigan Athletic owner Dave Whelan dismisses suggestions that Calum McManaman's tackle on Newcastle defender Massadio Haidaira was reckless. The Wigan boss, whose career was ended by a carbon-copy tackle in the 1960's, says their player did nothing malicious.

And BBC Radio 5live listeners give their reaction to comments by the communities secretary Eric Pickles suggesting traffic wardens should be more lenient so shoppers can be encouraged back into town centres.

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Mon 18 Mar 2013 12:00