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George Osborne

The Election 2005: JOIN THE DEBATE

The shadow Chancellor George Osborne is in Washington to talk to the federal reserve chairman Ben Bernanke about the economy and the credit crisis. We talk to him about the economy and the allegations that Conservative party chairman Caroline Spelman her MP's allowance to pay her former nanny

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Elderly care

The Election 2005: JOIN THE DEBATE

When Today reporter Jon Manel asked people to send in their experiences of elderly care for his series of reports he was overwhelmed by the response. We examine some of the issues raised.

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Hear all of the reports and read about the investigation

Dictionary entry

The Election 2005: JOIN THE DEBATE

Have you ever bought a "dacey" or been bitten by a "guggy"? Help the English Project collect the words from Britain's secret vocabulary.
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Sid Vicious

Sid Vicious Photos

See previously unseen photos of the punk icon here.


Hammer & Tickle

How humour can help us understand Communism.

Ravi Shankar

Ravi Shankar

Ravi Shankar and one of his final concerts in London.


Cowboy Time

An examination of the impact of the culture of the cowboy.

FW De Klerk, South Africa's former President

FW de Klerk

An interview with South Africa's former President.

Chuck D

Chuck D

Public Enemy's Chuck D speaks to Nicola Stanbridge.

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