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Conservative MP Stewart Jackson, and Barbara Roche, former MP and Labour immigration minister, debate immigration in the UK.
The BBC's economics editor Stephanie Flanders explains the implications of the deal approved by eurozone finance ministers for Cyprus.
Damon Albarn and Noel Gallagher have put two decades of bitter Britpop rivalry behind them by performing together for the first time.
Professor of health policy and management at Manchester Business School Kieran Walshe, and Devon GP and president of NHS clinical commiss...
Jon Hodder, senior gardener at Sudeley Castle in the Cotswolds, told Today presenter John Humphrys about the problems the weather has bee...
Jonathan Portes, director of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, talks about David Cameron's plans to impose tougher ...
Business news with Simon Jack live from Rome,
including analysis on whether the Cyprus crisis has
served to remind us all that the state of Eurozone finances is still perilously
Europe's finance ministers have agreed to
give Cyprus the money it needs to save its banks from collapsing. The BBC's Chris
Morris reports from Cyprus.
The prime minister
will be outlining his vision for a set of tougher new rules to curb so-called “benefit tourism”. Jonathan Portes,
director of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research has produced work for the migration advisory
committee of the UK Border Agency.
this year's unseasonable weather affected flowers and plants in our gardens?
Jon Hodder, senior gardener at Sudeley Castle in the Cotswolds, outlines the
problems the weather has been causing.
Business news with Simon Jack live from Rome.
government's health service reforms handed responsibility for most NHS spending
to "Clinical Commissioning Groups" or CCGS. These will take on their
full statutory powers next week. Kieran Walshe, professor of health policy and
management at Manchester Business School, and Mike Dixon, Devon GP and
president of NHS clinical commissioners, discuss the changes.
The paper review.
Noel Gallagher of Oasis and Damon
Albarn of Blur were together at the weekend in the Royal Albert Hall at a
teenage cancer charity concert. Jude Rogers, of Q magazine, asks whether one of
the notorious feuds of the Britpop era in the 90s has been
laid to rest.
Thought for the Day with Canon Dr Alan
Engineers have been hampered by snow-drifts up to 18ft high in some parts as they try to restore power to thousands of UK
homes hit by the severe weather. Laura Boddy, from Ashleyhay in Derbyshire,
explains that she has been stranded in her house since Friday.
Eurozone finance ministers have agreed a deal on a 10bn euro bailout for Cyprus to prevent its banking system collapsing and
keep the country in the eurozone. Economics editor Stephanie Flanders provides
analysis. Christopher Pissarides, chairman of the
Council of the National Economy for the Republic of Cyprus, and Richard
Corbett, member of the Cabinet of Herman Van Rompuy the President of the
European Council, discuss the deal.
say that there was no evidence to suggest anyone else was involved in the death
of Boris Berezovsky. Luke
Harding, author of Media State about President Putin, and Dominic Midgley,
author of Abramovich: The Billionaire from Nowhere, discuss whether the death of the famous oligarchy
marks the end of an era in Russia.
The prime minister
will be outlining his vision for a set of tougher new rules to curb so-called "benefit tourism". Conservative MP
Stewart Jackson, and Barbara Roche, former MP and Labour immigration minister
who is now chairing the non-party campaign group Migration Matters, discuss
immigration in the UK.
Beddington, the government's chief scientist, is to step down at the end of the
month after holding the post for five years. Sir John Beddington talks about his
time in the post.
leader of the opposition Syrian National Coalition (SNC) Ahmed Moaz al-Khatib,
has resigned. Rime Allaf, writer, broadcaster and consultant specialising in the Middle East, explains the reasons behind the resignation.
whose parents who have serious drink or drug
problems will find that information has been recorded by adult services - in
case it has a bearing on problems the children may develop. Paul Farmer, chief
executive of the mental health charity Mind, and Lisa Harker, head of strategy
at the NSPCC, examine whether this should be the case for parents who suffer
from mental illness or similar problems.
Benedict Cumberbatch, Patrick Stewart and Toby Jones read the BBC's D-Day news reports.
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