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14/01/2014

Duration:
3 hours
First broadcast:
Tuesday 14 January 2014

Nicky Campbell and Rachel Burden with all the day's news and sport. One year on from the horsemeat scandal the man reviewing food safety for the government tells us it is "very disappointing" there have been no successful prosecutions in the UK. We ask Tony Blair's former Communications Director Alastair Campbell what advice he would be giving France's President Hollande ahead of his first press conference since allegations of an affair were published. And the Conservative MP Penny Mordaunt defends her decision to take part in ITV's diving show Splash.

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