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8.40 Yesterday in Parliament Editor Roger Mosey
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A series of six programmes looking at the changing face of town centres. 4: The Manners of Tea.Ray Gosling goes out-of-town shopping to Lakeside in south Essex and takes tea at the Food Court - where traditional manners seem an age away. Producer Julia Shaw
Ruth looks to the future.
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Bob Worcester , chairman Mori;
Gerry Malone MP, minister for health; Baroness Hollis of Heigham, Opposition spokeswoman on environment and social security; and Andrew Wilson , literary editor of the London Evening Standard tackle the issues raised in Hayling Island, Hants. Jonathan Dimbleby is in the chair.
Producer Nadine Grieve
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A Fit of Legal Morality
Law making on issues like euthanasia has become highly controversial and emotionally charged. Marcel Berlins asks, is our law now being driven by moral crusades or is it just becoming better attuned to deep public feelings? Producer Simon Coates
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