Paul Ross flies solo with a look back at 2012.
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Paul Ross flies solo.
Travelling over Christmas and meeting children in care before you adopt.
Britain is facing a crisis if more is not done to combat dementia.
A programme of work to make London's transport network much more accessible.
Andrew Mitchell has called for a "full inquiry" into the row with Downing Street.
More people than ever are having to work on Christmas Day.
The government faces "urgent" calls to overhaul pharmacy regulation.
Boris Johnson has called for TFL to be given the power to remove pedicabs.
Rape complaint not properly investigated by police has reached an out-of-court settlement.
Almost half a million Londoners intend to take out a payday loan to cover Christmas.
An independent report into the best way to rebuild Tottenham following the riots.
The government is being urged by MPs to consider a system of drugs decriminalisation.
Unemployment levels amongst ethnic minority women are to high.
Sentences for rapists and other sex offenders could become tougher.
George Osborne will warn there are no "miracle cures" for the UK's economic problems.
The Duchess of Cambridge has spent the night in hospital with severe morning sickness.
An analysis suggests hospitals are "full to bursting" in England.