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19/11/2015

An acid attack victim calls for controls on the sale of acid to help reduce the number of people injured in attacks.

An acid attack victim calls for controls on the sale of acid to help reduce the number of people injured in attacks. Wayne Ingold had acid thrown at him in 2014 in a case of mistaken identity. He tells of the attack and his recovery, and we look at why the number of attacks of this nature has increased. Plus junior doctors have voted to strike - we hear reaction from health secretary Jeremy Hunt. And as the government announces ministers are getting a private plane to save money on air travel, we'll find out what it might look like inside.

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Thu 19 Nov 2015 10:00

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