Daily news programme. Health officials warn that three million common surgeries and cancer treatments could become life-threatening because antibiotics are becoming less effective.
Three million common surgeries and cancer treatments could become life-threatening because antibiotics are becoming less effective, warn health officials. They say people who take antibiotics when they do not need them could be putting themselves and their families at risk.
The programme also includes all the key points from President Erdogan's statement to Turkey's parliament on the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
And the number of takeaways on UK high streets has risen by a third in eight years. Joanna Gosling asks what is fuelling this love for junk food and hears from a man who weighs 30 stone and has been banned from all his local takeaways in an attempt to save his life.