Nicky Campbell talks to witnesses, politicians and experts in Woolwich after the murder of a soldier in broad daylight by two men armed with axes, knives and cleavers. We hear from a woman who spoke to them as they stood over their victim with their weapons in their hands. Away from Woolwich, Rachel Burden looks at the increasingly bitter war of words between GPs and Jeremy Hunt - and we talk to Sharon Davies about the fact that half of the children who leave primary school can't swim a length of their local pool.
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