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29/07/2013

After more allegations that the NHS 111 helpline is putting patients at risk, one of the main providers - NHS Direct - says it's no longer going to run its part of the service. We get reaction from NHS England. As the British Transport Police launches a crack-down on sex assaults on public transport, Victoria speaks to a victim who was targetted while travelling on a packed tube train. And the High Court is hearing the Government's appeal against a challenge to its controversial work-for-benefits scheme. People who've been put on it tell us whether they found it useful. And Coronation Street has been accused of breaking product placement rules, we try and find out whether or not they did.

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Mon 29 Jul 2013 10:00