A rundown of stories from Thursday 30 May including programme highlights and comment.
Insight, analysis and expert debate as key policy makers are challenged on the latest news stories.
Thursday 30 May
The UK is to be taken to the European Court of Justice over its alleged failure to correctly assess whether immigrants are entitled to benefits. Changes to planning rules will mean more betting shops on the high street. And we speak to the V&A museum's new "Game Designer in Residence".
0900Our editors today were Adam Cumiskey and Sareen Bains. Thanks for all your feedback this morning, the feminism debate in particular got a huge reaction from you on Twitter. Coming up next on Radio 4: In Our Time with Melvyn Bragg:
0855Children could be banned from buying food from chip shops before 5pm, in a move to tackle obesity. Dr Aseem Malhotra and John Wild debate the proposals.
0848For the first time in many years Iraqi artists who live and work in the country are being represented at the Venice Biennale. They want to counter the negative impression of their homeland. Our arts editor Will Gompertz has been to the pavilion speak to one of the artists who grew up in a family of shepherds in the remote hills of the kurdistan region, Jamal Penjweny.
It seems that most sexual predators are and have been men, and if the world is a violent place, it is men who do most of the killing. Beatrix Campbell, who is currently writing a booked called the End of Equality, Laurie Penny, contributing editor at the New Statesman, and Tim Samuels, a documentary maker and presenter of Men’s Hour on 5live, discuss what is wrong with men.