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17/01/2014

A woman who had 20 miscarriages says anti-malaria drugs, costing less than 15 pence each, helped her give birth after 11 years of trying for a baby. Thirty seven year old Kelly Moseley from Birmingham was given the drug hydroxy-chloro-quine, and now has a healthy 8 month old son, Tyler. Mrs Moseley's doctor tells Victoria he's hoping to get funding to research whether the drug can be given to more women.

Also Ed Miliband gives a speech calling for greater competition in UK banking. The Labour leader says he wants a cap on the size of our biggest banks. Victoria speaks to the chief executive of Secure Trust Bank, one of several challenger lenders attempting to take on the established banks.

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Fri 17 Jan 2014 10:00