Donna talks about waiting for the army to investigate a sex assault complaint.
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'Punched when pregnant': callers tell of life on 'crowded' mental health units.
Judges rule disclosing previous convictions to employers is a breach of human rights.
Chief constable wants law to change to allow positive discrimination in UK police forces.
The Immigration Minister tells Victoria that the UK Border Agency has underperformed.
Workers taking court action tell of life on a construction 'blacklist'.
The Met Police are appealing against a ruling that they breached disability laws.
Our own access to a new plan for 'joined up' care from police and social workers.
PM statement on Algeria, plus cyclist Paul Kimmage says Lance Armstrong should be in jail.
Victoria Derbyshire presents stories from across the UK, news, sport and interviews.
FA Chairman David Bernstein talks to Victoria about 150 years of the FA.
Is a salary of 19,000 pounds a year enough for new police officers?
Lord Freud on 'bedroom tax'; he says face a benefit cut, get a sofabed or move house.
A man claims for the first time: 'I was abused by Jimmy Savile and another man' at BBC.
Six months on from the Olympics, Victoria examines what the sporting legacy has been.
Is it time the government introduced new laws to crack down on rogue bailiffs?
Do you rely on sleeping pills and tranquilisers?
Family of a soldier facing jail for gun offences say he needs help, not prison.
Should the NHS pay for a man who lost 46 stone to have his loose skin removed?
Are disability hate crimes being taken seriously enough?
Victoria talks to an Iraqi man who lost his arms in a rocket attack in Iraq when he was 12
Tributes to cricket commentator Christopher Martin-Jenkins who died of cancer this morning