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Callers to the phone in with Roger Phillips had opposing views on legalisation of drugs
Liverpool City Council Leader Joe Anderson said how the city faced severe budget cuts.
Callers gave their views on whether or not there should be an increase in student fees.
Callers were frustrated not being able to get tickets for former Beatles Liverpool concert
Callers debated if taking a daily dose of aspirin would keep us free from some cancers.
Callers gave their thoughts on state of the current economy and need for inflation rise.
Bishop of Liverpool's been taking calls on spirituality of Christmas versus commercialism
Callers expressed their views on recent student protests about proposed increase in fees