Egypt two years on

There've been more protests on the second anniversary of the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak in Egypt. As protestors clash yet again with police in Cairo's Tahrir Square, we'll ask if the economy in this turbulent nation will ever be given the stability it needs to recover. Also, we're on the trail of the latest scandal to rock Europe's food industry; how did horsemeat end up in products that had been labelled 100% beef? And our regular commentator Lucy Kellaway asks what new bonding exercise will replace the traditional cigarette break?

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