Stuart Hazell changes his plea and admits he murdered Croydon schoolgirl Tia Sharp. Reaction from Tia's parents, grandmother and the local community in Croydon. Also today, we hear from former cabinet minister Chris Huhne as he is released from prison after serving a quarter of his sentence. And as tickets arrangements are released for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, we speak now to one of the Games supporters, Olympic gold medal triple-jumper Jonathan Edwards. Plus the regular Monday sports team with 2012 Olympic 800 metre finalist Andrew Osagie, former Scotland and Blackburn Rovers striker Kevin Gallacher and Alison Kervin the Sports Editor of the Mail on Sunday newspaper - the first British woman to become sports editor of a major national newspaper.
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