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10/02/2013

Ministers are expected to announce tomorrow that they will fund social care provision by freezing the threshold at which inheritance tax is paid until 2018. This goes against a key Tory pledge. Stephen speaks to an unhappy Conservative and a Lib Dem peer

The Environment Secretary Owen Paterson says the horsemeat test results may find "a substance which is injurious to human health". Meanwhile a senior British politician calls for EU meat imports to be temporarily banned.

Paul Gascoigne's therapist says Gazza is back up and walking after a bad reaction to detoxing, which left him briefly in intensive care in the United States. We speak to a former alcholic about the physical damage of coming off the booze.

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Sun 10 Feb 2013 22:00