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Thames Water in the poo again; Why paying 'cash in hand' is morally wrong; Is the reason Luke McCormick hasn't been offered a contract at Swindon Town because he casued the death of two children? I talk to his agent; After Tony Nicklinson's death, will the law on assisted dying be changed? I talk to Lord Joffe; Confusion over the family wedding; I talk to a bishop about why the Church of England isn't investing in Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation; When The Graham Mack Rock Band didn't get a shock; I talk to a bloke that was nominated as 'Bigot of the Year'; The kids at the School of the Week have problems with the three 'R's'; Did the former Labour government put pressure on the banks to fiddle the inter-bank lending rate? I talk to the former labour MP Anne Snelgrove; Why isn't Swindon's Railway Station forecourt finished yet? Hear Ian Piper from Forward Swindon refusing to answer that and other questions.


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