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24/06/2014

Mental health services in England are "a car crash" - and a problem that the government is not taking seriously. That's according to the president of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Professor Sue Bailey says mental health services are "in crisis" and that Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has failed to make the issue a priority. Callers tell us their experiences. Alastair Cook's position as captain of the England cricket team is being called into question, as his team's poor run of form continues.Former England spinner Graeme Swann says "some people" have a vendetta against Cook, and the ECB must stand by their man. And Nelson Mandela's longest serving assistant Zelda la Grange on life with the "father of a nation".

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Tue 24 Jun 2014 10:00