- Devolution: Present situation 'bonkers' Duration: 04:33
- Enforcing school dinners would be 'very hard' Duration: 09:23
- Evidence for plain packaging 'not reliable' Duration: 10:38
- G4S 'overcharging' probed Duration: 07:13
- Orchestra play Wagner in 'cosy theatre' Duration: 04:28
- What would you ask the world? Duration: 03:40
Insight, analysis and expert debate as key policy makers are challenged on the latest news stories.
In today's programme
The government is to postpone its plan to introduce plain packaging for cigarettes. Head teachers in England are being urged to ban packed lunches to increase the take-up of school dinners. And abortions are to become legal under certain conditions in the Republic of Ireland.
0900Our editors today were Sareen Bains and Terry O'Neill. Coming up next on Radio 4, Jane Somerville is Kirsty Young's castaway on Desert Island Discs.
Ministers are drawing up plans for a radical overhaul of Parliament that would see only English MPs voting on legislation that does not affect Scotland or Wales. Professor Vernon Bogdanor of King’s College, London, and Sue Cameron, columnist for the Daily Telegraph, discuss the impact of new plans that are being considered by the Cabinet Office that would mean that only English MPs would vote at a new 'fourth reading' stage with powers to change and veto Bills.
The Irish parliament has for the first time decided to legalise abortion in situations where the mother's life is in danger. Joan Collins, explains her opinion of the decision.
Head teachers in England are being urged to ban packed lunches to increase the take-up of school dinners and promote healthy eating. The BBC's education correspondent Gillian Hargreaves reports and Theresa Aanonson, headteacher of St Luke's school in Newham, east London, and Ian Bauckham, head of Bennett memorial Diocesan School in Tunbridge Wells in Kent, examine whether pupils should be made to take school meals.