Overcrowding in London housing and what is your current situation regarding debt?
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Are hospitals letting people walk out sooner than they're ready?
The Best of Vanessa.
Alain de Botton on plans for a 'temple to atheism' in London.
The BBC is to re-examine its plans to make cuts to local radio.
Is it right babies are banned from the Olympics, and are people more dishonest now?
The father of a six-year-old girl who was attacked by a dog tells his story.
A man has been charged in connection with an attack by a dog on a six-year-old girl.
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson has made comments on Britain's youth work ethic.
Westminster scraps parking charges plan.
Women will have to wear hats, not fascinators, as part of the dress code at Royal Ascot.
The Parliament Square protest camp has been cleared by police.
Parents should receive texts to remind them to talk to their children.
Squatters in Ilford, child benefits being cut and does sex addiction exist?
Half a million children in the UK are unhappy.
Ken Livingstone's London mayoral election advert, breastfeeding and stolen bikes.
Racism in the Metropolitan Police and plans for a high-speed rail link.
Single yellow lines in central London are being converted into double lines.
The Best of Vanessa: Two hours of Vanessa's best bits from the week.
Hourly ward rounds and inspections by public, increasing class sizes and open plan living.
Diane Abbott causes a Twitter race row.
After 18 years 2 men will be sentenced for the racist murder of Stephen Lawrence.
Today is traditionally the busiest day of the year for divorce petitions.
Jeni Barnett sits in for vanessa.