The phone-in at 9, 'Does smoking cannabis hold you back in life?'
A major study suggests that young people who smoke cannabis regularly are risking permanent damage to their intelligence and memory. A group of British and American researchers found that people who became persistent cannabis users before they were 18 suffered, on average, an 8 point drop in their IQ by the time they were adults.
From 10, 'Are the government doing the right thing with the economy?' JVS talks to Sean Rickard and Ruth Porter
Your consumer stories at 11.
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