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BBC Radio 4 Today 9h
Entries are open for the Today Student Journalism Awards where you can win a placement at the BBC 📷📰🖋️ Enter here:
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BBC Radio 4 Today 10h
Is a Brexit no deal better than a bad deal? doesn't answer directly but says it would be "fatal for the UK" if the government didn't agree with "what people asked"
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BBC Radio 4 Today 12h
Shadow Trade Secretary says a second referendum undermines democracy and could lead to "civil disobedience". Full interview:
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BBC Radio 4 Today 12h
Government borrowing has been lower than expected this year - the numbers are out today. Does that mean the chancellor has room for budget giveaways? Tuesday's business with
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BBC Radio 4 Today 13h
Foreign Secretary says the EU has to stand "shoulder to shoulder" with the US in implementing sanctions against Russia, which has been blamed for the Novichok poisoning in the UK. Full interview at 0810
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Mishal Husain 14h
On Nazanin - Jeremy Hunt says he hasn't decided yet on whether she can be granted diplomatic protection by the UK. The file was on Boris Johnson's desk when he resigned & decision delayed as a result
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BBC Radio 4 Today 14h
This has us stumped too 😕
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BBC Radio 4 Today 14h
And American film director Spike Lee on his new film about racism in the States (0740)
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BBC Radio 4 Today 14h
Today: calls for the EU to impose new sanctions against Russia (0810).The government is to launch its new strategy to help businesses export to the global market. Exports Minister Baroness Fairhead (0710) and Shadow Trade Secretary (0830)
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BBC Radio 4 Today 15h
Good morning. and are presenting for the next three hours
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BBC Radio 4 Today Aug 20
Here's your chance to work for the BBC and launch a media career. The first Today Student Journalism Awards are open for entries 📷📰🖋️
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BBC Radio 4 Today Aug 20
Satirist Ian Hislop been picking out items from the British Museum's collection illustrating how people have rebelled against authority through history. Here's why former director of the museum, Neil MacGregor, asked him to
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BBC Radio 4 Today Aug 20
Chief inspector of prisons, Peter Clarke says he had to leave a Birmingham prison wing because of the effects drugs there were having on him
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BBC Radio 4 Today Aug 20
Greece emerges from its third bailout programme today, but its woes aren't over. With huge debts and high taxes, what are its priorities now? The business podcast with
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BBC Radio 4 Today Aug 20
Prisons Minister does not promise an inquiry into Birmingham Prison failures as called for by chief inspector of prisons, Peter Clarke. He says: "We have a very clear understanding about what's going wrong... drugs, violence, indecency"
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BBC Radio 4 Today Aug 20
Prisons Minister Rory Stewart acknowledges Birmingham Prison failures are partly down to him, the government and private security company . He says the government are taking over "for at least six months"
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BBC Radio 4 Today Aug 19
UK will need a skills revolution to avoid "large swathes" of people becoming "technologically unemployed" as artificial intelligence makes many jobs obsolete, chief economist, Andy Haldane, tells on
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BBC Radio 4 Today Aug 19
Chief inspector of prisons, Peter Clarke on Birmingham Prison failings: "Somebody must have been asleep at the wheel" and urgent action to "restore decency" to a prison shouldn't happen only after an inspection report
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Sima Kotecha Aug 19
Senior source at had told us in July the company was struggling with jail+that chiefs were ‘unsure what to do next’ to bring control
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Sima Kotecha Aug 19
Last month, we reported was in state of chaos.Shortly after, inspectors were sent in+they found this:
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