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Dr Abbas Khan travelled to Syria last year to help civilians in a field hospital. This morning his family told the BBC he'd died in a government jail - we get reaction. The former Conservative peer Lord Hanningfield, who was jailed after fiddling his expenses in 2011, defends himself over allegations that he claimed £300 a day for attending the House of Lords, despite apparently staying inside Parliament for less than 40 minutes on 11 occasions. And the options for expanding the country's airport capacity are outlined by Sir Howard Davies, we hear what the politicians and voters make of them.

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Tue 17 Dec 2013 10:00