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Egypt's interim leader has outlined his timetable for new elections, amid continuing unrest in the country. The Today programme's James Naughtie reports.
Ed Miliband will promise to make politics more "open, transparent and trusted" by reforming Labour's relationship with trade unions. The BBC's political editor gives analysis and Billy Hayes, the general secretary of the Communication Workers Union (CWU), reacts to the news.
There's a new app being launched in Chicago this month which aims to warn people where they will have to wait in a queue. Terry Green, who co-founded Q-matic which tries to solve company's queuing problems, gives his view on the utility of the app.
The European Court of human rights will rule today on whether judges in the UK can lawfully sentence offenders to spend their whole life in prison, with no chance of review. Simon Crichton, the murderer Douglas Vinter's solicitor and the former Labour MP Vera Baird, who was solicitor general in the last Labour government, and is now police and crime commissioner for Northumbria, discuss whether a whole life sentence is in breach of human rights.
Saving lives at sea
In today's programme
Ed Miliband is proposing to reform Labour's relationship with unions after the Falkirk selection row. At least 51 people have now been killed during the unrest in Egypt. And could it be possible to plan your life so you never have to queue?
0900Our editors today were Terry O'Neill and Adam Cumiskey. Next on Radio 4, Jonathan Freedland presents The Long View. Good morning.
Andy Murray is Britain's most successful tennis player - but what role did the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), the organisation that is meant to support the nation's would-be-champions, play? Neil Harman, tennis correspondent of the Times, and Simon Long, chief commercial officer for the LTA, discuss whether the LTA could be doing more.
Egypt's interim leader has outlined his timetable for new elections, amid continuing unrest in the country. The Today programme's James Naughtie reports from Egypt.
Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta Enrico Letta is meeting David Cameron next week. Mr Letta discusses Italy's political and economy future.