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3 hours
First broadcast:
Monday 29 April 2013

Nicky Campbell and Rachel Burden with all the day's news and sport - this morning, we hear from the government, the opposition and some of the people affected as the first trial of the government's new Universal Credit starts in Greater Manchester today - we talk to the sister of one of the three British men convicted of drug offences in Dubai who they say they'd been tortured by police there - and disco legend Nile Rodgers tells us about returning to number one with Daft Punk and the differences between "Boom Boom" and "Boom Bap".


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