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UEFA has threatened to disqualify England and Russia from Euro 2016 if there is any further violence by fans. The BBC’s sports correspondent Dan Roan reports.
A man armed with an assault rifle and pledging loyalty to Islamic State militants killed 50 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, early on Sunday in the deadliest mass shooting in recent U.S. history. Lois Frankel is Florida Democrat Congresswoman.
Cholesterol has been questioned as a cause of heart disease in older people in a controversial new study. Dr Malcolm Kendrick is joint author of the cholesterol study and Professor Jeremy Pearson is associate medical director at the British Heart Foundation.
More on UEFA threatening to disqualify England and Russia from Euro 2016 in the event of further violence by fans: Mark Palios is former FA chief executive.
Over the weekend 13 of Britain's Nobel Laureates added their voices to the chorus emanating from the scientific community urging the British public to vote to stay in the European Union. Our Science editor Tom Feilden reports from Cambridge.
If the UK votes to stay in the EU next Thursday the level of net migration will stay at more than 250,000 a year for the next 20 years according to the pressure group Migration Watch. Alp Mehmet, vice chair of Migration Watch, joins us on the programme.
More on the shootings at a gay nightclub in Florida that left 50 people dead: Sean Chagani is a childhood friend of the killer, Juliette Kayyem is former assistant secretary in the Department of Homeland Security under president Obama, and Marco Rubio Florida Senator is former candidate for the Republican nomination for president.
The former Labour Prime Minister Gordon Brown will call for Britain to lead Europe rather than leave the EU in a speech later today. He joins us on the programme.
More on the shootings at a gay nightclub in Florida that left 50 people dead: Connor Hatchey is presenter for Orlando Pride Radio.
More on Gordon Brown insisting that the UK remains parts of the EU ahead of the referendum: Dr Liam Fox is former Conservative Cabinet Minister and Leave Campaigner.
As part of our coverage on the EU Referendum, our science editor Tom Feilden reports from Cambridge.
More on the shootings at a gay nightclub in Florida that left 50 people dead: Dr Jan Halper-Hayes is chair of the Republicans Abroad UK and James Rubin is Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs under President Clinton.
- Mon 13 Jun 2016 06:00