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2 hours
First broadcast:
Tuesday 05 August 2014

David Cameron faces a rebellion from his own party over his position on the conflict in Gaza after the foreign minister Baroness Warsi resigned - saying she could no longer support government policy. Her former colleague at the foreign office Alastair Burt tells us her decision is "significant" and will be a huge disappointment to ministers. Chancellor George Osborne says it's " unnnecessary". Plus a mother with locked in syndrome has passed her university degree - even though every exam took her three weeks to finish. Her dad tells us how she completed every essay and exam using eye movements on a special laptop.



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