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A boss has been sacked for saying women get paid less because they're "sick" once a month.
With tabloid journalism under scrutiny, reporters answer your questions about the industry
Families of London bomb victims may have had phones hacked by reporters - your reaction
The state of fleet street
Aung San Suu Kyi examines what drives people to dissent in the second Reith Lecture 2011
Is Hacking Ever Justified?
The BBC news programme where you set the agenda.
The latest on Dominique Strauss-Kahn: Is it possible to recover from a bad reputation?
Your reactions to news that Dominique Strauss-Kahn's case may collapse
What do strikes ever achieve?
Is this a pivotal moment for Greece?
The latest news and developments on the Greek debt crisis
Aung San Suu Kyi explores what freedom means in the first of the 2011 Reith Lectures
We are looking at the question why some male sports can't control themselves.
Should the world talk to people who carry out suicide attacks?
Greece bailout & your reactions to Rwanda ex-women's minister found guilty of genocide.
We discuss whether Greece should receive help & Rwanda ex-minister guilty of genocide.
We're bringing together widows from around the world to discuss their experiences.
Your verdict on the Geert Wilders acquittal
Are the Greek protesters behaving like "spoilt children"?
Why do people still drink and drive?
How is Colonel Gaddafi still in power, when faced with such an intense bombing campaign?
What does national dialogue mean in Syria? And what's the price of intervention in Libya?
We get your reaction to President Assad's address
Saudi Arabia female drivers; Greek bail-out; and would you stop if you saw an accident?
We speak to women in Saudi Arabia about today's driving protest.
Your views on the new Al Qaeda head, riots in Vancouver and detention of BBC journalist.