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Are you affected by the public sector strike?
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Would you move into a council property in the north if offered enough cash?
Working class white communities and skin lightening and darkening trends.
The Best of Vanessa.
Young men no longer believe that being clean shaven is necessary to look smart.
Black and ethnic-minority people find it hard to obtain bank loans.
Author Emiliana Silvestri on her book 101 Ways to Keep a Man.
The average cancer survivor rate has gone up, new store card rules and Santa's grotto.
Government help for first-time buyers, swearing in public and a Thames Estuary airport.
Nikki Bedi sits in for Vanessa.
There are more ethnic pupils than white pupils in London's schools.
Smoking in the car and London unemployment figures are up.
Is it suitable for daytime TV to screen live rectal examinations?
Cycling groups are calling for urgent safety improvements on the cycling superhighways.
What does Armistice Day mean to you?
How much do older people need winter fuel allowance?
FIFA reject FA's plea for embroidered poppies.
The use of rubber bullets at protests, video games and going to weddings alone.
Jeni Barnett sits in for Vanessa.
Do you think there should be a new tax on banks?
Protesters are to be told to remove their tents from St Paul's or face legal action.