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Series 7, Episode 11: Jamelia
Jamelia speaks to Krishnan about what she describes as her 'tug of war' relationship with the TV industry and how this has affected her mental health.
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‘Fans make it and they always will’ – Sir Alex Ferguson on life after Man Utd
In a special interview with Clare Balding, Sir Alex reflects on life, family and football.
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Manchester United fans protest against club’s owners ahead of rescheduled match
Thousands of Manchester United fans are protesting against the club's American owners at Old Trafford.
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MI5 ‘could not have prevented’ Fishmongers’ Hall terror attack, inquest hears
An MI5 officer has told the inquest into the 2019 Fishmongers Hall terror attack, the intelligence service could not have prevented the atrocity, in which two students were killed.
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‘Different parts of the country need a different policy approach’ – Tory MP David Simmonds
We spoke to the Conservative MP David Simmonds, who chairs the parliamentary group on social work and has spoken and written about the Government's levelling up agenda. 
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‘Level Cornwall up’ say community leaders in county struggling with poverty
We spoke to community leaders in Cornwall about the levels of poverty in the area and the struggles of locals to find work and housing.
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Homeless amid a second homes boom: poverty and hunger in Cornwall
Next month it will play host to the prestigious international G7 summit, but there is a parallel story in Cornwall and that is one of dire poverty.
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Greensill lobbying row: David Cameron refuses to reveal lobbying salary
David Cameron said it was a “painful day” as he was hauled before MPs to answer for his role in the collapse of the financial firm Greensill Capital.
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India variant being looked at with ‘a degree of worry’, says clinical microbiologist
We spoke to Prof Ravi Gupta, who is a clinical microbiologist and part of the New and Emerging Respiratory Virus Threats Advisory committee that advises the government on dealing with respiratory viruses. 
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UK scientific advisers meet to discuss threat of Indian covid variant
The prime minister has said he is "anxious" about the spread of the Indian covid “variant of concern”.
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US language ‘effectively gives the Israeli side a green light’, says Arab-Israeli author
We spoke to Khaled Elgindy, an author on Palestinian-Israeli Affairs, who has participated in previous attempts at negotiations.
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We have never seen such violence between Arab residents and Israeli settlers, says Israeli photojournalist
From the Israeli city of Lod, we spoke to Israeli photojournalist Oren Ziv and asked him what he witnessed last night.
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‘We can’t say that it’s getting any calmer’ – Human rights campaigner Maha Hussaini in Gaza
We spoke with Maha Hussaini, a human rights campaigner in Gaza City and started by asking her what it was like living under fire. 
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US President Joe Biden faces criticism over his inaction over Israel-Gaza
We report on the latest from Washington
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Israel-Gaza: Rocket fire and air strikes continue on first day of Muslim festival Eid al-Fitr
Israeli jets have continued attacking high-rise buildings and other targets in the Gaza Strip today, as Palestinians marked Eid while under fire.
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What caused violence to escalate between Israel and Palestine?
We explain how Israel and Palestine got to this point.
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Dying for Democracy in Myanmar – Unreported World
What started out as peaceful protests has turned into a brutal crackdown by the military. The Myanmar government said it was responding to protests that harm the stability of the nation and using non-lethal force. But as pressure to release political prisoners and journalists intensifies, so does the bloody crackdown.
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‘Small amount environmental education can be transformational,’ says UK Climate champion
In January last year, more than 100 ordinary members of the public met in Birmingham to begin taking part in the UK’s first climate assembly. They were given a crash course in climate change science and were then asked to come up with a list of recommendations for how the country should reach net-zero emissions…
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Family of Official IRA man Joe McCann call for inquest into his death
The family of Official IRA man Joe McCann, who was shot in Belfast in 1972, want an inquest into his death. Their demand follows the collapse last week of a murder trial of two soldiers allegedly involved. This programme can report on previously unseen British Army files detailing the incident all those years ago. Yesterday…
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A father’s fight to see his son through a broken family court system
More than a quarter of a million children every year in the UK are affected by their parents separating, and one in three couples will end up in the family court system, with the children caught in the middle of bitter disputes. A campaign, backed by a wide range of charities, is asking parents to…
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Talk first – how one US police force was completely overhauled
Calls for defunding and reform of the police have echoed across America since the murder of George Floyd by a white police officer last summer. But what might that actually look like? As lawmakers attempt to construct legislation to bring about reform nationally, we have been to Camden in New Jersey, a city once riddled…
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Sunak says growth figures show economy ‘getting back on track’
“Our plan is working” – the Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s response to figures published today which showed the economy did shrink in the first quarter of this year, but by 1.5 per cent. That’s a much smaller decline than expected and, within the figures, output in March was actually up. But even as the economy improves,…
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‘If you create bad policies that kill thousands of people… you need to address that’ – Devi Sridhar on UK Covid inquiry
Charlie Williams is one of the founding members of Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice UK. His father, Rex, died of coronavirus at his care home in April last year. Devi Sridhar is professor of Global Public Health at the University of Edinburgh.
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Covid response by WHO and global governments cost lives, says panel
As the UK Covid inquiry moves closer, the World Health Organization today published a report that is highly critical of governments across the world and indeed itself for the handling of the early stages of the pandemic.
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Johnson confirms independent public inquiry into handling of pandemic
Boris Johnson has confirmed that there will be an independent public inquiry into the handling of the Covid pandemic. He told MPs that the country was owed as much transparency as possible. But it will be some time before that happens. The scope of the inquiry has yet to be agreed and it will not…
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Too soon for peace talks with Hamas, says retired Israeli major general
Major General Giora Eiland served in the Israel Defence Forces for 33 years, and led the Israeli National Security Council until 2006 under Prime Minister Sharon.
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‘We don’t want to die under the rubble of our own houses,’ says Gazan writer Mosab Abu Toha
We talked to writer Mosab Abu Toha, and began by asking him what has been happening where he lives in Gaza over the past few days.
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Israel carries out hundreds of airstrikes after 1,000 rockets fired from Gaza, as US sends envoy
President Biden is sending an envoy to the Middle East, after dozens of Palestinian civilians and 16 fighters from the militant group Hamas have been killed by continued Israeli bombardment of Gaza. Six Israelis have been killed by Palestinian missiles. So far efforts to broker a truce are failing. The Israeli Defence Force says more…
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FactCheck Q&A: what is the voter ID row all about? 
Not having to show ID creates an obvious theoretical risk of “personation” - people pretending to be someone else in order to steal their vote. But there is no evidence that this is a widespread problem in the UK.
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