The Sports team of Natasha Dowie, David Devine & Ian Herbert review a weekend of top sporting action, including the World Championship snooker final, cycling's Giro d'Italia and the climax of the Championship football season.
Pensions Secretary Steve Webb explains to Shelagh why the government is looking to make changes to the state pension for non-British spouses of British expats ahead of this week's Queen's Speech. Martin Lewis runs his eye over plans to streamline consumer rights legislation, and 5live Money's Dominic Laurie assesses warnings from former Bank of England economists that the government's Help to Buy scheme - which assists people get on to the housing ladder -- could create a new house price bubble.
Plus the latest on the conflict in Syria; the neo-Nazi trial that has rocked Germany; the Cornwall speedboat tragedy; Europol respond to the new threat posed by 3D printer guns; and Chris Froome usurps Sir Bradley Wiggins as Team Sky's leader on the Tour de France.
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