Daily news programme. The National Audit Office says new border controls might not be ready in time for Brexit and warns that criminal gangs could take advantage of the situation.
The National Audit Office says new border controls - that will be needed if the UK leaves the EU without a deal - might not be ready in time and warns that criminal gangs could take advantage of the situation.
A charity has warned that people who survive cancer as children face a financial 'life sentence', having to always declare their past illness on things like travel insurance and mortgage applications even if they have been cancer free for many years. Is it time to follow the example of France and grant them the right to be 'forgotten' - meaning that they do not have to declare their illness after a certain number of years has elapsed?
Plus, could watching videos of hand-washing or even touching fake faeces help people who suffer from contamination-related Obsessive Compulsive Disorder? The programme speaks to the developers of a new app which aims to do just that, and hears from people with the condition.
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes