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02/12/2010

Nicky Campbell and Shelagh Fogarty preview decision day for England's World Cup bid, and ask whether the violence at the Birmingham v Villa game will damage the country's chances.

Nicky Campbell and Shelagh Fogarty preview decision day for England's World Cup bid, and ask whether the violence at the Birmingham v Villa game will damage the country's chances.

Our reporters are across England, from Yorkshire to Bristol and Norfolk, looking ahead to the announcement and outlining what each region is hoping to gain from the tournament.

In the final hour, we keep you updated on The Netherlands and Belgium's final presentation to FIFA.

Plus, the Patients Association calls for better nursing care for older people, and more effective complaints procedures. Shelagh hears from Liz Pryor, who says her elderly mother Anne Robson became badly dehydrated in hospital, and was left lying in a nightdress that was wet up to her armpits with urine.

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Thu 2 Dec 2010 06:00

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