Jonathan Vernon-Smith with the phone-in, consumer issues and your stories.
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Age UK says nearly 40% of older people who need social care are not getting any support.
A Hertfordshire woman has complained after her husband was given an overdose in hospital
Around £26m is to be spent on a new sports centre in Luton to tackle obesity.
Report says 25% of anti-social reports written off by some police in 2011 were crimes.
Richard Branson will later be among campaigners calling for drugs to be decriminalised.
The Government will face strong opposition later over plans to cap benefits pyaments.
Hundreds of viewers of Coronation Street have complained about scenes of smacking.
A new survey suggests one in four couples sleep apart.
Ministers want to replace disability living allowance with a new system.
Further doubt has been cast on a study suggesting HRT increases the risk of breast cancer.
New guidelines on the sentences that burglars face have been adopted by courts in England.
Experts say the government isn't doing enough to help people with insomnia.
A committee of MPs is calling on the government to reduce the price of car insurance.
Women are better bosses when times are tough according to a new study.
The government announced there will be a new high-speed rail line through Buckinghamshire.
David Cameron has apologised for likening comments from Ed Balls to someone with Tourettes
The prime minister will set out the nursing standards he wants to see in the NHS today.
Helping people to commit suicide should be made legal according to a new report.
Tim Wheeler sits in with the phone-in, consumer issues and your stories.
A High Court judge wants couples to try harder to make their relationship work.