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David Prever is in for Iain Lee talking IVF and Luton Town's manager

Duration:
3 hours
First broadcast:
Wednesday 20 February 2013

Couples struggling to have a baby should get fertility treatment more quickly and older women should gain access to IVF under new NHS guidelines.

David meets Milton Keynes couple Laura and Alan Terry, they are trying to get funding for the IVF process.

  • IVF on the NHS

    IVF on the NHS

    Laura and Alan Terry can't get IVF on the NHS.

    Milton Keynes PCT say there are several problems.

    She is too young and overweight.

    He's too old and has children from a previous relationship.

    They're on benefits and can't afford the treatment privately.

    Caller Phil in Aylesbury told David he doesn't think people on benefits should get fertility treatment on the NHS because 'you can't look after yourselves'

  • Luton Town's Manager

    Paul Buckle has left Luton Town Football Club after managing the club for less then a year.

    Who should replace him?

    Our reporter Justin Dealey speaks to fans in Luton.

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  • Welwyn Garden City V Hatfield

    For every £1 spent on Hatfield, £25 is spent on Welwyn Garden City - that's according to a Hatfield Town Councillor.

    Hatfield residents agree, claiming to feel like the 'poor relation' compared to it's neighbouring Welwyn Garden City.

    BBC Three Counties reporter Sophie Sulehria visits both places to compare.

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