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03/07/2011

We hear calls to remove passports from errant fathers. We ask should Britain grow up about growing old. Hugh Sykes visits a bookshop in Kabul for opinions on war and peace.

We hear calls to remove passports from errant fathers from the Labour MP and Chair of the Work and Pensions Select Committee Dame Anne Begg.

Ahead of a new report into long-term care, Britain should grow up about growing old. So says Katherine Whitehorn on ageing.

Hugh Sykes visits a bookshop in Kabul for opinions on war and peace.

On the day of the Mens' Finals we've a tennis test for you. Can the sound of the shot tell you its success in advance?

And with the papers, Ian Anderson who played the flute in Jethro Tull, Rebecca Front who played a minister on TV, and Michael Portillo who was the real thing.

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