Insight, analysis and expert debate as key policy makers are challenged on the latest news stories. From BBC Radio 4's Today programme
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Better job protection needed for working mums, say MPs.
Ex-newsreader Charlotte Green and sailor Nick Compton discuss the Shipping Forecast
Daisy Goodwin, creator of ITV drama Victoria, on her diary and marriage to Prince Albert
Eowyn Ivey talks to Rebecca Jones about her new book To the Bright Edge of the World.
The EU flexes its muscles with a ruling that Apple should pay £11bn in back taxes
Apple is facing a big tax bill after the EU stepped in to dispute agreements with Ireland
Ceasefire comes into effect in Colombia between leftist rebel group and the government.
Former British Ambassador to Paris on why asylum deal would act as 'magnet' for migrants.
Gerald Vernon-Jackson of Local Government Association discusses new "pay to stay" rules.
The former head of the civil service says he would not rush to invoke Article 50.
ITV is to switch off all of its channels between 9.30am-10.30am on Saturday 27th August.
GCSE results show that the gender gap in attainment has widened further this year.
How can a blind person, or someone who's partially-sighted, take great photographs?
Some of the most well-known pieces of 20th century music were composed as stock music.
Brexit campaigner Iain Duncan Smith on triggering Article 50.
Should Hinkley Point - the new £18bn nuclear power station - get the go-ahead?
A dodo skeleton has not come up for sale in nearly 100 years.
Katy Bourne explains that although the sun is shining there are dangers to beachgoers
The death toll in the Italian earthquake has risen to at least 247.
A high-level row between Brussels and Washington breaks out over Apple's tax arrangements
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