Radio 4’s lunchtime news programme. Forty-five minutes of news, analysis and comment.
Treasury Minister David Gauke on charity tax u-turn
Louise Mensch and Chris Bryant clash over Jeremy Hunt's evidence to Leveson Inquiry
Betty Boothroyd backs rowdiness in the Commons as "the sound of democracy"
Andrew Lansley on decision of doctors to take industrial action
Martin Weale - Bank of England MPC Member - on state of UK economy
Michael Gove on teacher morale, curriculum changes and sending Bibles to schools
Michael Gove on frustrations of government, private emails, David Cameron as Flashman
Michael Gove on academies, selection, school food and Priority School Building Programme - The World at One, BBC Radio 4
Does it matter where our children are taught? Growth of academies and free schools
Hugh Sykes reports on voting day in Egypt