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In September, the Scottish public will decide whether they want to gain independence from the rest of the UK. But what do the English think? Justin Webb meets people at different ends of the country to find out.
A woman left scarred by an acid attack has accused Scotland Yard of incompetence, saying they initially claimed she had done it to herself. Naomi Oni, who suffered severe burns when friend Mary Konye threw acid in her face, told BBC Radio 4's Today programme that the police accused her "of doing it to [herself]".
The UK should recruit more soldiers in light of the Ukraine and Syria crises, the former head of the Army Lord Dannatt has said. He speaks to Mishal Husain.
The trial in Egypt of the three al-Jazeera journalists is set to resume. Mike Greste, the brother of Peter Greste, discusses.
London must impose "intense banking sanctions" on Russia's banks and oligarchs, writer Ben Judah has said. Mr Judah described London as "the capital of Russian finance" and explained that, as a result, Britain has "more power" than Germany or the US to curb President Putin's actions.
The "big six" providers "still dominate" the energy market, Which? executive director Richard Lloyd has said. Speaking to BBC Radio 4's Today programme, Mr Lloyd called for a "full-scale market inquiry", noting that past industry reforms have not gone "far enough". First broadcast on BBC Radio 4's Today programme on Monday 24 March.
The Co-op Group must develop a "more collaborative" method to making decisions, the Co-operative Movement's Jo Bird has said. Her comments come as the organisation's latest consultation period, entitled Have Your Say, has closed. Speaking to the Today programme's Simon Jack, Ms Bird added that the business model should be "simplified", but must not be run as a PLC.
An activist based in Raqqa, Syria describes the horror of everyday life in the city.