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Interview of the Week
December 2007 - January 2008
24th January 2008 -  Ken Livingstone
Ken Livingstone Ken Livingstone, Mayor of London, has courted controversy. Whilst fighting for a third term he faces accusations that he has misused public money.

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17th January 2008 - School Admissions
student Schools minister Jim Knight tells us why he thinks there is evidence to suggest some schools in England are breaking the law on pupil admissions.

7th January 2008 - Gordon Brown
Gordon Brown Gordon Brown tells us why he wants the NHS to focus more on preventing illness and whether he has enjoyed being the Prime Minister so far.

28th December 2007 - Lord Guthrie and Sir Kevin Tebbit
Should parliament have a say on the declaration of future wars? We ask two seasoned Whitehall warriors, Lord Guthrie and Sir Kevin Tebbit.

21st December 2007 - Sir Ian Blair
In his first interview since the MET was found guilty of putting the public at risk over the Stockwell shooting, we speak to the Metropolitan Police Commissioner.

10th December 2007 - Trevor Phillips
Trevor Phillips The chair of the equality and human rights commission Trevor Phillips stands up for nativity plays in our primary schools.

6th December 2007 - Dr David Southall
Dr David Southall A brilliant paediatrician or an arrogant man with attitudinal problems? We speak to the banned doctor David Southall.

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